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Practicing Metacognitive Instruction Informs Continuous Class Improvement While Reinforcing Student Self-Awareness of Learning

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In this Teaching with Metacognition example, Lara Watkins shares how to use a a series of mid-course reflections to support continuous course improvement.

A Project-Based Method to Help Students Practice Study Strategies in an Authentic Context

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Hillary Steiner shares an assignment that develops time management, communication, and study strategies in the process of preparing for an actual test.

Encouraging Metacognition in the Advanced Physics Lab

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Melissa EblenZayas shares “metacognitive support activities in the form of written reflections and class discussions to help students develop better approaches to dealing with challenges that arise in open-ended experimental work in an advanced lab course in physics.”

Addressing Metacognition Deficits in First Semester Calculus Students: Getting Students to Effectively Self-Evaluate their Understanding

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Derek Martinez shares two activities he uses to help students better self-assess their understanding prior to taking exams.

Practice with a Reasoning Process to Make Learning Visible and Improve Academic Performance

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Jessica Santangelo shares how she promotes metacognitive development through the use of multiple opportunities to practice a specific reasoning process.

Can Reciprocal Peer Tutoring Increase Metacognition in Your Students?

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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 »

How Do You Increase Your Student’s Metacognition?

Aaron S. Richmond Metropolitan State University of Denver   How many times has a student come to you and said “I just don’t understand why I did so bad on the test?” or “I knew the correct answer but I thought the question was tricky.” or “I’ve read the chapter 5 times and I still don’t understand what you are… Read more »