Desarrollo de concepciones de aprendizaje y estrategias metacognitivas de estudiantes de Latin y Griego en Italia y España

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Abstract

To improve the use of learning strategies, the research suggests, among other possible elements, to consider the metacognitive variables of students and teachers. However, specific studies on this topic are still lacking as regards the teaching of Latin and Greek, considering that these subjects survive with difficulty in different educational systems. The study focuses on Italy and Spain, because it is developed in the context of a doctorate in international co-tutelage between these two countries. Knowledge of the two educational systems, both Italian and Spanish, has shown us that Spanish students start studying "Classical culture" earlier than Italians. In addition, they receive basic training in metacognition during ESO (compulsory secondary school), an element that Italians lack. We wanted to analyze: a) if there are relationships between students' conceptions of learning and their metacognitive strategies; b) if the class attended and the nationality influence the development of metacognition; c) the metacognitive levels of teachers; and d) the greater difficulty of students in studying classical languages, in the opinion of teachers. The results showed that students' conceptions of learning influence their metacognitive strategies. Therefore, more work needs to be done on students' metacognition. The class attended by Italian students does not influence the development of metacognition: this can be attributed to the fact that students do not receive specific training on metacognition at the liceo classico. On the other hand, teachers showed high levels of metacognition and stressed that a metacognitive tool is needed to help students do self-assessment in Latin and Greek and have more awareness in the use of metacognitive strategies.
Lingua originaleSpanish
pagine (da-a)230-254
Numero di pagine25
RivistaFORMAZIONE & INSEGNAMENTO
VolumeXVIII
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2020

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