Metakognitiivinen näkökulma tuotekehityksen opetuksessa

Translated title of the contribution: A metacognitive perspective in product development education

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Abstract

The subject of the research is the learning of metacognitive skills in the university’s course, which is part of the basic studies of product development. The article examines teaching and learning practices that support the development of metacognitive. The course learning objective is for students to understand, based on the design context and challenge, which design methods are worth using. The research task in this case study was to explore the didactic choices for practicing metacognitive skills. The research data (327 answers) were analysed using content analysis. The results show that the didactic choices support students’ self-direction and self-evaluation. The use of more demanding and multiple methods in different design situations helped to develop better deliverables. The form of teaching does not seem to have a negative effect on students’ perceived competence level.
Translated title of the contributionA metacognitive perspective in product development education
Original languageFinnish
Title of host publicationOpetuksen ja Oppimisen ytimessä
Subtitle of host publicationAinedidaktisia tutkimuksia 19
EditorsEmilia Luukka, Annika Palomäki, Laura Pihkala-Posti, Jussi Hanska
Pages142-168
Number of pages27
Volume19
ISBN (Electronic)978-952-5993-32-5
Publication statusPublished - 6 Sep 2021
Publication typeA3 Book chapter

Publication series

NameSuomen ainedidaktisen tutkimusseuran julkaisuja
PublisherSuomen ainedidaktinen tutkimusseura
Volume19
ISSN (Electronic)1799-9596

Keywords

  • metacognitive skills
  • subject matter didactics
  • product development education

Publication forum classification

  • Publication forum level 1

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