Richard A. Lesh & Karen Schultz Teacher Training in Applied Problem Solving: A Study in Metacognition 198 Print Teacher Training in Applied Problem Solving 2. Introduction 250 to 350 Words Essay Format The topic involves two aspects which the author tries to create an understanding. The first issue includes training of teachers especially the pre-service teachers on how to solve problems majorly classroom problems and their application to real life situation. The second point is metacognition. The two points are closely related since metacognition helps achieve strong problem-solving skills in teachers and even their students. According to Mahdavi (2014) metacognition is defined as the level of understanding or self-awareness of one’s thinking process. Deeper it involves various aspects such as having knowledge of how to apply certain strategies when to use specific strategies where and why. In a nutshell metacognition involves planning your thinking process monitoring it and finally changes my approach to the research and enables my reason from the teacher’s point of view this way I understand was my teacher might be expecting from my research. The case has also improved my skills in solving problems related to my research. It has made me develop the control on my thinking process and the patience in understanding the problem and its elements before going ahead to solve it. References Lesh R. Applied problem solving in middle school mathematics. Problem Solving 1981 1· Lesh R. Metacognition in mathematical~oblem solving. Paper presented at the 1983 Annual Meeting of the rican Educational Research Association Montreal Canada April 1983. Mahdavi Mohsen. "An overview: Metacognition in education." Int. J. Multidisciplinary Current Res 2 (2014): 529-535. Richard A. Lesh & Karen A. Schultz (1983) Teacher Training in Applied Problem Solving: A Study in Metacognition Middle School Research Selected Studies 8:1 86-96 DOI: 10.1080/08851700.1983.11670243 [...]
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