Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Reading confusion and compensatory cognitive strategies

I just read a great article that presents an excellent framework for conceptualizing certain types of confusion that occurs during reading (Grw) and, more importantly, a conceptual framework for categorizing and describing "meta-compensation strategies"....which, IMHO, strike at the heart of self-regulated learning strategies (associated with executive functioning). Check out the article by Walczyk (2007) in the Journal of Educational Psychology.

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Anonymous said...

First time blogger...the blind men describing the elephant is useful here...so, how many blind men DOES it take?