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Developing Mindfulness as a Metacognitive Skill

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In this post, Ed Nuhfer explores the role of metacognition and mindfulness in the enhancement of student learning. Both, Nuhfer argues, can help bridge the gap between traditional pedagogies and more student-centered learning experiences.

The Challenge of Deep Learning in the Age of LearnSmart Course Systems (Part 2)

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In this post, Dr. Lauren Scharff follows up on Part I of her reflections on the challenges of deep learning in Age of LearnSmart Course Systems by sharing her actions with her students and some student data and reflections.

Metacognitive Awareness and Academic Achievement in College Students

“Schraw and Dennison (1994) developed the Metacognitive Awareness Inventory (MAI) to assess metacognitive knowledge and metacognitive regulation which they referred to as the knowledge of cognition factor and the regulation of cognition factor.” Young and Fry’s article discusses the correlations between the final course grades, GPS and MAI. (Metacognitive Awareness Inventory) Findings show that the scores on the MAI greatly… Read more »