Teaching with metacognition can be focused in two ways:
- Developing metacognition skills in our students (e.g., promoting self-monitoring and self-regulation when developing reading skills, study habits, test taking, etc.)
- Practicing metacognitive instruction (e.g., the intertwining awareness and use of that awareness when making intentional adjustments to course design, instruction, and assessment).
We are in the process of building a resource of examples that fall in these two categories. Please see our Call for Submissions and share an example that you have.