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Title: The relation between Assessment for Learning and elementary students’ cognitive and metacognitive strategy use
Authors: Baas, Diana
Castelijns, Jos
Vermeulen, Marjan
Martens, Rob
Segers, Mein
Keywords: assessment for learning
elementary students
cognitive strategies
metacognitive strategies
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: British Journal of Educational Psychology
Citation: Baas, D., Castelijns, J., Vermeulen, M., Martens, R., & Segers, M. (2015). The relation between assessment for learning and elementary students' cognitive and metacognitive strategies. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 85, 33-46. BJEP.14.0067R2
Abstract: Assessment for Learning (AfL) is believed to create a rich learning environment in which students develop their cognitive and metacognitive strategies. Monitoring student growth and providing scaffolds that shed light on the next step in the learning process are hypothesized to be essential elements of AfL that enhance cognitive and metacognitive strategies. However, empirical evidence for the relation between AfL and students’ strategy use is scarce. This study investigates the relation between AfL and elementary school students’ use of cognitive and metacognitive strategies.
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