Matheson, Amanda; Wood, Laura; Franklin, Scott V.;
Subject: Physics - Physics Education
Self-reflection is important metacognitive skill, enabling students to build coherence into their learning and embed content in a broader context. While various pedagogical techniques exist to encourage student reflection, little research has examined the differences be... View more
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