Teaching with Metacognition

Teaching with metacognition can be focused in two ways:

  1. Developing metacognition skills in our students (e.g., promoting self-monitoring and self-regulation when developing reading skills, study habits, test taking, etc.)
  1. 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.