Metacognitive Awareness and General Average Grade of 2nd Year BEED and BSE Students of NEUST-SICJournal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.5, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2020-03-20
Authors : Junil A. Constantino Maricar H. Sison Pastora S. De Guzman;
Page : 558-563
Keywords : Junil A. Constantino; Maricar H. Sison; Pastora S. De Guzman;
This study focused on the relationship between metacognitive awareness and General Average Grade of the students of Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology (NEUST-SIC) San Isidro Campus, College of Education. The sample consist of (65)2nd Year Bachelor of Elementary Education students and (102) 2nd Year Bachelor of Secondary Education students. The questionnaire (Metacognitive Awareness Inventory) developed by Schraw and Dennison in 1994 was used to determine the correlation of students' Metacognitive Awareness and Final General Average Grade as well as to identify significant difference on the scores of 2nd year BEED students and 2nd year BSE students respectively. Findings shows that Metacognitive Awareness and Final Average Grade are correlated. It also revealed that the 2nd Year BSE students registered higher in terms of regulation in metacognition compared to the 2nd year BEED students. Thus, it is recommended that more studies in metacognition must be done in all the areas and levels of specialization in the College of Education to determine the necessary skills needed by the students taking up Education as their course that requires metacognitive skills in learning and in teaching.
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