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The number of knowledge pieces, skills, attitudes, and behaviors is exponentially increasing because the present age is the age of information, which makes it mandatory for individuals to acquire these knowledge pieces, skills, attitudes, and behaviors for an efficient learning process. In view of the changing education system, teachers need to be experienced, tolerant, and unbiased and are also expected to be individuals who can research and solve educational problems, retrieve and exploit information, have a high level of thinking and reasoning capability, and can perform effective analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
Thus, metacognition is among the crucial skills, especially teachers should attain. Metacognition can be listed among the important factors in educating conscious individuals with a higher level of awareness of their own mental processes. Efforts to educate conscious individuals in educational systems have given way to the emergence of the concept of “metacognition” and have gained significant momentum thanks to the related research studies. Accordingly, the present study attempts to discuss the importance of metacognitive learning skills enabling individuals to learn how to learn individually and develop awareness of their learning process and allowing for self-evaluation through self-monitoring and their relations to chaos management. The researcher has employed a theoretical analytical research model to describe and analyze the present condition. To this end, document analysis, a qualitative data collection method, was used.
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