In this post, Diane K. Angell argues for the importance of metacognitive assignments for both teachers and students. These exercises raise awareness among both groups and improve student learning.
In this post, Charity Peak argues that “through metacognition, you can conquer the self-defeating thoughts and behaviors that might prevent you from succeeding in your personal and professional life.”
Aaron S. Richmond Metropolitan State University of Denver First and foremost, what I am about to discuss with you all is not an educational or metacognitive teaching panacea (aka silver-bullet). But I would like introduce and discuss is the idea of using Classroom Assessment Techniques (affectionately known as CATs) as a form of a metacognitive instructional strategy. CATs: A Very… Read more »
Metacognition can be used to help develop any process or skill. This post describes how metacognition supported collaborative writing group interactions at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.