Roles of Learning Skills Self-Awareness Accuracy
           YoonJung Cho, Oklahoma State University
           Claire Ellen Weinstein, University of Texas at Austin
ABSTRACT  
The primary purpose of this study was to examine whether college students 
develop more accurate self-awareness of their use of learning skills over 
the course of a semester-long learning-to-learn class. We also investigated 
how the accuracy of studentsí self-awareness was related to achievement goal 
orientation and academic performance. Results showed that self-awareness 
became more accurate over the semester and the accuracy of self-awareness 
was negatively associated with performance-avoidance goals and positively 
associated with academic performance at the end of the semester.

		Academic Exchange Quarterly  Summer 2010: Volume 14, Issue 2  
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