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Students' Attitudes towards Cooperative, Self-Regulated Learning versus Teacher Directed Instruction in a Computer Training Course: A Qualitative Study.
McInerney, Valentina; And Others – 1996
This research seeks to find the most effective mode of instruction which can assist undergraduate students in gaining initial computing skills while alleviating anxiety by contrasting a traditional direct teaching approach with one that emphasizes self-regulation within a cooperative learning context. Specifically, the study compares the…
Descriptors: College Students, Computer Anxiety, Computer Literacy, Foreign Countries
Metacognitive Strategy Training in Self-Questioning: The Strengths of Multimethod Investigations of the Comparative Effects of Two Instructional Approaches on Self-Efficacy and Achievement.
McInerney, Valentina; McInerney, Dennis M. – 1998
This paper presents a model of how multimethod approaches to research can be used to understand and measure individual diversity in learning, cognitions, and affect. The paper demonstrates the value of gathering qualitative data to supplement quantitative findings from quasi-experimental research in relation to achievement outcomes, acquiring a…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, College Students, Computer Anxiety, Diversity (Student)
Effects of Metacognitive Strategy Training within a Cooperative Group Learning Context on Computer Achievement and Anxiety: An Aptitude-Treatment Interaction Study.
McInerney, Valentina; McInerney, Dennis M.; Marsh, Herbert W. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1997
Two aptitude-treatment interaction studies involving 61 college students examined comparative effects of metacognitive strategy training in self-questioning within cooperative group learning and traditional direct instruction on the acquisition of computing competence, learning anxiety, and positive cognition. Results support including cooperative…
Descriptors: Adults, Aptitude, College Students, Competence