Monthly Archives: August 2016

Using Metacognition to Develop College Faculty

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In this post Dr. Charity Peak shares an “appeal for new faculty to embrace metacognition about their instruction by understanding their developmental path with college teaching.”

Two-in-One: Using Metacognition to Improve Judgment for Citizenship

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In this post, Dr. Alison Staudinger suggests that “Students developing as citizens need habits of mind to help them evaluate the messy and propagandistic political world. Judging politically is a reflective, metacognitive process, not just aimed at political facts, but also values and ethical commitments, and in response to the pluralistic values of others.”