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Metacognition

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Metacognition Metacognition is the practice of teaching and encouraging students to think about thinking and how they learn best. Metacognition occurs before, during, and after learning and involves self-reflective questions around comprehension, connection, strategies, and reflection. Metacognition was originally rolled out in 2015. These materials were revised and updated in summer, 2017.

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Since many of you have asked... here is a printable classroom poster to promote student metacognition (available in two sizes): 11 x 17: https://edut.to/Metacognition7Qs-SM …18 x 24: https://edut.to/Metacognition7Qs-BG …pic.twitter.com/GVo6QFgpVU

“Since many of you have asked... here is a printable classroom poster to promote student metacognition (available in two sizes): 11 x 17: https://t.co/b8auDUArcN 18 x 24: https://t.co/9XYUC3D6VY”

What I Learned About Metacognition?! Happy Thursday everyone! Like many of you, I think I am getting used to the "New Normal". My children are home, learning through Zoom. I am busy with OT work and my doctoral program at Boston University (which I love). At times though, I feel I am thinking more, reflecting more - even in the middle of busy family chaos. I wonder: When will some version of normal return? How will the world change after this? Part of me even wonders (hopes) if people will be ki

How can "Thinking about Thinking" help your students learn? A nice way to approach Metacognition is to tell yourself to take a step back and address a child's perspective of an activity. Ask kids WHY we might be doing an activity the way we are doing it. Ask WHAT they think is the easiest and hardest parts about it. In short . . . get kids thinking!

Teaching students to think about thinking in all secondary content areas empowers them to be confidence, successful students. Read about simple ways to teach metacognition in the secondary classroom in this post from Reading and Writing Haven.

Teaching students to think about thinking in all secondary content areas empowers them to be confidence, successful students. Read about simple ways to teach metacognition in the secondary classroom in this post from Reading and Writing Haven.