Using Metacognitive Strategy to Teach Mycology


The research aims at exploring Indonesian students’metacognitive skills, understanding of mycology concept in the learning process implemented of metacognitive strategy. The metacognitive skills included ability to determine the level of confidence and ability to judge oneself.There were 41 subjects studied using a pretest-posttest design. Result showed that there was increase in student’s metacognitive skills and their understanding of mycology concept. Fortunatly, the students stated that they had got a lot of experiences and benefits after learning process. This research concluded that metacognitive strategy can be used to teach mycology in order to students can reach the learning objectives.


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