Evidence for Learning: Effective metacognition

Effective metacognition

A webinar providing professional learning for educators on evidence informed recommendations for teaching metacognition.
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E4L

A webinar providing professional learning for educators on evidence informed recommendations for teaching metacognition and self-regulated learning. 

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In this webinar educators will learn about seven key recommendations for teaching metacognition and self-regulated learning. These are:

  1. Teachers should acquire the professional understanding and skills to develop their students’ metacognitive knowledge.
  2. Explicitly teach students metacognitive strategies, including how to plan, monitor, and evaluate their learning.
  3. Model your own thinking to help students develop their metacognitive and cognitive skills.
  4. Set an appropriate level of challenge to develop students’ self-regulation and metacognition.
  5. Promote and develop metacognitive talk in the classroom.
  6. Explicitly teach students how to organise, and effectively manage their learning independently.
  7. Schools should support teachers to develop their knowledge of these approaches and expect them to be applied appropriately.

Co-presented by Susannah Schoeffel and Dr Tanya Vaughan. 

Webinar Effective metacognition