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Metacognitive calibration: The more you know the less you think you understand?

Daniel C. Moos, PhD, will be presenting his recent work at an international conference, American Educational Research Association (AERA),¬† in April, 2011. This research focused on “metacognitive calibration”, which is typically defined as a student’s perception of his or her knowledge. Findings from this study¬† suggest a surprising “expertise” effect in which those with higher […]

Adventure Learning: Collaboration with Clearwater Middle School

Daniel C. Moos recently had a paper accepted for publication in Journal of Research on Technology in Education (Moos & Honkomp, in press). This paper reflects his work with Brian Honkomp and Christian Gilbert, both of whom are Middle School Science/Geography teachers at Clearwater Middle School (Waconia, MN). They are on the cutting edge of […]