Share Paper: Learning with Technology: Revealing the Metacognitive Behaviors and Literacy Processes of Pre-Service and In-Service Teachers

  1. Nance Wilson, SUNY Cortland, United States
  2. Vassiliki Zygouris-Coe, University of Central Florida, United States
  3. Victoria Cardullo, Auburn University, United States
Wednesday, March 28 12:10-12:30 PM Edison B

Abstract: The knowledge that we have about the metacognitive and literacy processes learners use during digital learning is developing (Sawchuk, 2017) There is not nearly enough information regarding the processes that successful learners use in digital learning This study reveals the metacognitive behaviors and literacy processes of pre-service and in-service teachers when using an iPad or laptop for academic purposes The findings from this study support the possible relationships between the device (iPad or laptop), metacognitive behaviors (control and application of strategies) of the learner, and literacy practices (reading, writing, and viewing) of the learner