Meta-behavioural skill: Students without problem behaviour vs. students withproblem behaviour

Saemah Rahman, Zakri Abdullah

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Abstract

This study aimed to identify the levels of meta-behavioural skills among students from the categories of students without problem behaviour (SWOPB) and students wiThproblem behaviour (SWPB). The sample of the study comprised 803 respondents, 398 students from the SWOPB category and 405 from the SWPB category. Meta-Behavioural Self-Evaluation questionnaire was used to measure meta-behavioural skills of the respondents. Research findings show that the metabehavioural skills of students from the SWOPB category were better compared to SWPB. The findings also show that boThgroups lack conditional knowledge which is an important aspect of eff ective behaviour regulation, but the score for the SWPB group is very low (mean=1.55) as compared to the SWOPB group (mean =2.34). It can be hypothesized that conditional knowledge is one of the factors that should be promoted to help decrease problematic behaviour in schools.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)97-107
Number of pages11
JournalNew Educational Review
Volume33
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Keywords

  • Meta-behavioural skills
  • Metacognitive skills
  • Self-regulation
  • Students with problem behaviour
  • Students without problem behaviour

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Rahman, Saemah ; Abdullah, Zakri. / Meta-behavioural skill : Students without problem behaviour vs. students withproblem behaviour. In: New Educational Review. 2013 ; Vol. 33, No. 3. pp. 97-107.
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