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Vrdoljak, Gabrijela; Velki, Tena;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2012 Journal: Croatian Journal of Education : Hrvatski časopis za odgoj i obrazovanje, volume 14, issue 4 (issn: 1848-5189, eissn: 1848-5197, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Faculty of teacher education
Schraw and Mohsman (1995; according to Schraw, Crippen and Hartley, 2006) define metacognition as the knowledge and regulation of cognitive processes. Unlike cognition, which only involves the execution of tasks, metacognition encompasses the understanding of how a task is accomplished. Metacognitive processes are important because they bring about conceptual changes in learning, thus enabling longer retention and different application of the material. In various studies, cognitive abilities have proven to be a significant predictor of academic success, the correlation coefficients between the general intelligence and school grades in primary school amounting to...
free text keywords: academic success; intelligence; metacognition; pupils, akademski uspjeh; inteligencija; metakognicija; učenici
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