Comparison of cognitive and metacognitive strategies in the academic achievement of urban and rural students of Eghlid
This research studies the cognitive and metacognitive strategies with academic success in urban and rural students; gender and place of residence that has not been the result of a definite result on their role in previous research have been gained. The present research is a correlation type and is an applied research. The aim of this study is to improve the level of learning. The target population of the high school students in Eghlid city is 269 people. A sample of 241 people was randomly selected and researched. The number of samples is specified according to the Morgan table. Pearson correlation and (T) test were used for two independent groups. The obtained result indicates that cognitive and metacognitive strategies in academic achievement, gender, and location are also effective in these strategies, so that female students are more than boys and student's Urban uses both types of strategy more than rural students.
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