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.
Metacognition Learning Objectives
- Develop an understanding of metacognition including what it is and how it works.
- Identify and implement methods to help students use metacognitive skills.
- Explain metacognition and how to develop a culture of metacognition in the classroom.
Participant and Presenter Materials
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Preparatory reading, additional handouts and worksheets, practice profile, and fidelity checklist are posted below.
Presenter PowerPoints with Notes
PowerPoint files with detailed presenter notes are available for each learning package.