Students' Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance

Percepciones de los Estudiantes sobre una Actividad Metacognitiva que Involucra el Concepto de Cantidad de Sustancia

Percepções dos Alunos sobre uma Atividade Metacognitiva Envolvendo o Conceito de Quantidade de Substância

Autores/as

  • Jadis Henrique Picirilli da Silva Universidade Federal do ABC
  • Solange Wagner Locatelli UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO ABC

Palabras clave:

ensino médio, didática, Estratégia de aprendizagem, Experimentação (pt).

Palabras clave:

enseñanza secundaria, didáctica, estrategia de aprendizaje, Experimentación (es).

Palabras clave:

High school, didactics, learning strategy, experimentation (en).

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Resumen (en)

The amount of substance, that has the mole as a unit, is a concept that has been causing learning problems for both students and for teachers. This article aims to present students' impressions of a metacognitive activity involving the concept of amount of substance. The data were collected during a case study carried out with 10 students from a popular preparatory course for the entrance exam, which at the end of the participation in the activity provided their impressions through text and verbally during a group discussion. The data were analyzed in the light of the content analysis and the results suggest that the metacognitive strategy used favors the performance of activities because the use of the table stimulates conscious self-regulation while the investigative molds proposed during the activity increase students' motivation.

Resumen (es)

La cantidad de sustancia, que tiene el mole como unidad, es un concepto que ha causado problemas de aprendizaje, tanto a alumnos como a profesores. Este artículo presenta las impresiones del estudiantado sobre una actividad metacognitiva que involucra el concepto de cantidad de sustancia. Los datos fueron recolectados durante un estudio de caso con diez estudiantes de un curso preparatorio popular para el examen de ingreso que, al finalizar la participación en la actividad, brindaron sus impresiones a través del texto y verbalmente durante una discusión grupal. Los datos fueron sometidos al análisis de contenido, y los resultados sugieren que la estrategia metacognitiva favorece el desempeño de las actividades porque el uso de la tabla estimula la autorregulación consciente, mientras que los moldes investigativos propuestos aumentan la motivación en el alumnado.

Resumen (pt)

A quantidade de substância, que tem como unidade o mol, é um conceito que vem causando problemas de aprendizagem, tanto para alunos compreenderem quanto para professores. Sendo assim, este artigo tem como objetivo, apresentar as impressões dos estudantes acerca de uma atividade metacognitiva envolvendo o conceito de quantidade de substância. Os dados foram coletados durante um estudo de caso realizado com 10 alunos de um curso popular preparatório para o vestibular, que ao final da participação da atividade forneceram suas impressões por meio de texto e verbalmente durante uma discussão de grupo. Os dados foram analisados sob a luz da análise do conteúdo e os resultados sugerem que a estratégia metacognitiva utilizada favorece a realização de atividades, pois o uso da tabela estimula a autorregulação consciente, enquanto os moldes investigativos propostos durante a atividade aumentam a motivação dos estudantes.

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Picirilli da Silva, J. H., y Locatelli, S. W. (2023). Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance. Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias, 18(2), 335–344. https://doi.org/10.14483/23464712.17993

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Picirilli da Silva, J.H. y Locatelli, S.W. 2023. Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance. Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias. 18, 2 (ago. 2023), 335–344. DOI:https://doi.org/10.14483/23464712.17993.

ACS

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Picirilli da Silva, J. H.; Locatelli, S. W. Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance. Góndola Enseñ. Aprendiz. Cienc. 2023, 18, 335-344.

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PICIRILLI DA SILVA, Jadis Henrique; LOCATELLI, Solange Wagner. Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance. Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias, [S. l.], v. 18, n. 2, p. 335–344, 2023. DOI: 10.14483/23464712.17993. Disponível em: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/GDLA/article/view/17993. Acesso em: 2 mar. 2024.

Chicago

Picirilli da Silva, Jadis Henrique, y Solange Wagner Locatelli. 2023. «Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance». Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias 18 (2):335-44. https://doi.org/10.14483/23464712.17993.

Harvard

Picirilli da Silva, J. H. y Locatelli, S. W. (2023) «Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance», Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias, 18(2), pp. 335–344. doi: 10.14483/23464712.17993.

IEEE

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J. H. Picirilli da Silva y S. W. Locatelli, «Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance», Góndola Enseñ. Aprendiz. Cienc., vol. 18, n.º 2, pp. 335–344, ago. 2023.

MLA

Picirilli da Silva, Jadis Henrique, y Solange Wagner Locatelli. «Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance». Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias, vol. 18, n.º 2, agosto de 2023, pp. 335-44, doi:10.14483/23464712.17993.

Turabian

Picirilli da Silva, Jadis Henrique, y Solange Wagner Locatelli. «Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance». Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias 18, no. 2 (agosto 3, 2023): 335–344. Accedido marzo 2, 2024. https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/GDLA/article/view/17993.

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Picirilli da Silva JH, Locatelli SW. Students’ Perceptions About a Metacognitive Activity Involving the Concept of the Amount of Substance. Góndola Enseñ. Aprendiz. Cienc. [Internet]. 3 de agosto de 2023 [citado 2 de marzo de 2024];18(2):335-44. Disponible en: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/GDLA/article/view/17993

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