CONTEMPORARY EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
e-ISSN: 1309-517X
The Role of Self-directed Learning, Metacognition, and 21st Century Skills Predicting the Readiness for Online Learning

Kasim Karatas 1 * , Ibrahim Arpaci 2

CONT ED TECHNOLOGY, Volume 13, Issue 3, Article No: ep300

https://doi.org/10.30935/cedtech/10786

Submitted: 09 October 2020, Published Online: 18 March 2021

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Abstract

This study investigated role of the self-directed learning skills, metacognitive awareness, and 21st century skills and competences in predicting readiness for online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. 21st Century Skills and Competences Scale, Self-Directed Learning Skills Scale, Metacognitive Awareness Inventory, and Readiness for Online Learning Scale were used to collect data from 834 prospective teachers. Structural equation modelling (SEM) results indicated that self-directed learning skills, metacognitive awareness, and 21st century skills and competences positively predict prospective teachers’ readiness for online learning. These findings suggested that enhancing prospective teachers’ self-directed learning, metacognitive awareness, and 21st century skills and competences may promote their readiness for online learning.

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