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8 Ways to Develop Metacognitive Skills | Metacognition Strategies

Metacognition is not as complicated as it sounds - here are 8 practical ways to develop metacognitive skills and help students develop their metacognition.

Mastering Metacognition: The What, Why, and How

This post describes what metacognition is, why it matters, and how teachers can get students to reap the learning benefits of it.

Exploring a metacognitive approach to learning and support | D&A | Diversity and Ability

Learning How to Learn Diversity and Ability (D&A) are long standing advocates of strategy focused support, integrating study skills techniques with assistive technology (AT). We are living in a digital age, with technology all around us, a naturalised part of many student’s workflows. It’s savvy to build on this, integrating the…

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🌟 5 Benefits of Metacognition in Learning

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What I Learned About Metacognition?! Happy Thursday everyone! Like many of you, I think I am getting used to the "New Normal". My children are home, learning through Zoom. I am busy with OT work and my doctoral program at Boston University (which I love). At times though, I feel I am thinking more, reflecting more - even in the middle of busy family chaos. I wonder: When will some version of normal return? How will the world change after this? Part of me even wonders (hopes) if people will be ki

How can "Thinking about Thinking" help your students learn? A nice way to approach Metacognition is to tell yourself to take a step back and address a child's perspective of an activity. Ask kids WHY we might be doing an activity the way we are doing it. Ask WHAT they think is the easiest and hardest parts about it. In short . . . get kids thinking!

Use metacognition strategies to enhance your studying | Brainscape Academy

Metacognition strategies will improve your studying and help you actually remember the material on your exams. Check them out!

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