The purpose of this action research study is to explore the connections between students’ ability to engage in metacognitive methods, their understanding of mathematical content, and their mathematical performance. By having a group of students engage in a lesson about metacognition and a mathematical modeling problem then comparing their test scores to that of a control group a correlation can be found to analyze the effects of metacognition methods in a mathematics classroom.
Integrated Mathematics Education
First Advisor Department
Mathematics and Statistics
Second Advisor Department
Murta, Paige, "Metacognition in a Mathematics Classroom" (2021). Honors Projects. 565.