In this post, Dr. Roman Taraban wishes us glad tidings and a season filled with metacognition. He encourages instructors to be thoughtful about the gifts that each semester brings, including student evaluations. Being metacognitive about student feedback can make the learning experience more meaningful for all concerned.
Aaron S. Richmond, Ph. D. How many of you use collaborative learning in your classroom? If you do, do you specifically use it to increase metacognition in your students? If the answer is yes, you are likely building on the work of Hadwin, Jarvela, and Miller (2011) and Schraw, Crippen, and Hartley (2006). For those of you unfamiliar with collaborative… Read more »
In this post Dr. Lauren Scharff discusses the GAMES survey created by Marilla Svinicki, a self-assessment tool that prompts students to reflect on their learning practices.