Metacognition

Metacognition can refer to a student’s ability to be aware of and reflect upon what they are thinking about as well as how to choose a helpful thought process with which to act upon. Evidence shows that students who use metacognitive thinking strategies improve in a range of subjects, making Metacognition one of the most cost-effective ways to help students improve their learning. This topic will support you in developing these skills in your students, helping them improve their academic performance and strategic thinking.  

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Watch engaging videos, take part in interactive experiments and complete quizzes about what Metacognition is. Learn about how incorporating metacognitive strategies in your classroom can enhance your teaching practice and improve student outcomes.

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