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metacognition in the classroom

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by staffclw, Oct 6, 2015.

  1. staffclw

    staffclw New commenter

    does anyone have any good reviews or strategies for evaluating metacognition with their students?
     
  2. leftieM

    leftieM New commenter

    I'm trialling the Motivated Strategies for Learning questionnaire (Pintrich). Check it out. Google should come up with the manual and you can select the questions that assess metacognition and self regulation. There are twelve or so. It's been around for decades so should be valid.
     
  3. staffclw

    staffclw New commenter

    sounds excellent
    just what I am looking for
     
  4. amchugh

    amchugh New commenter

    I use retrieval practice, interleaving and self-review questionnaires. They've worked wonders for my students. You should follow the Learning Scientists blog to see their meta-cognition resources. Also, I've written a post on the strategies I metioned here - https://www.teachingandlearningguru.com/meta-cognition-strategies/

    Let me know what you think or if you have any questions!
     
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