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Investigating Effects of Metacognitive Strategies on Reading Engagement: Managing Globalized Education

Naihean HUO / Yooncheong Cho

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Abstract

Purpose: Previous studies rarely investigated the effects of the metacognitive reading strategies on reading engagement, particularly in globalized higher education, while those studies examined reading problems and engagement with lower reading level. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of the metacognitive reading strategies including global reading, problem solving, and supporting reading on reading engagement that include argentic, behavior, emotional, and cognitive engagement in global learning environment. This study investigated research questions: how do global reading, problem solving, and supporting reading strategies affect argentic, behavior, emotional, and cognitive reading engagement? Research design, Data, and methodology: This study collected data via online survey in globalized learning environment. This study applied statistical analyses, such as factor and regression analyses and ANOVA. Results: The results of this study showed that metacognitive reading strategies had significant effects on student reading engagement while they were reading class materials in English for academic purposes. Conclusions: This study provides managerial implications in higher education by providing better strategies to enhance learning skills in global context. In particular, this study provides implications that the effects of problem solving and supporting strategies could be improved by adopting better management systems in globalized education.

Issue Date
2020-05
Publisher
KODISA
Keywords(Author)
Metacognitive Strategies; Reading Engagement; Globalized Education.
DOI
10.13106/jidb.2020.vol11.no5.17
Journal Title
Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business
Start Page
17
End Page
26
ISSN
2233-4165
Language
English
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