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Title: In search of the reliability of a Flemish version of the Knowledge Monitoring Assessment Test
Authors: Clarebout, Geraldine ×
Elen, Jan
Onghena, Patrick #
Issue Date: 2006
Series Title: Metacognition and Learning vol:1 pages:137-147
Abstract: Metacognitive skills are widely recognized as an important moderating variable for learning. Many studies have shown that these skills affect students’ learning results. Tobias and Everson (2000) argue that metacognitive skills cannot be effectively applied in absence of accurate knowledge monitoring. Consequently, they constructed a Knowledge Monitoring Assessment Test, which is claimed to be a valid test to measure students’ knowledge monitoring capacity. In this contribution the reliability of a Flemish version of the KMA test is studied. Two studies are reported on, one with secondary education students and one with freshmen university students. In both studies split half method and Kuder Richardson 20 were used to calculate the internal consistency as a measurement of reliability.
Because none of the results showed a good reliability it is suggested that additional efforts are needed to elaborate a reliable instrument.
ISSN: 1556-1623
VABB publication type: VABB-1
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Methodology of Educational Sciences
Education and Training
× corresponding author
# (joint) last author

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