In this webinar educators will learn about seven key recommendations for teaching science. These include preconceptions, metacognition and self-regulation, modelling, memory, practical work, language of science and feedback. In addition, the elements of self-regulation of cognition, metacognition and motivation will be explored.
This webinar will help practitioners know how to teach their students to plan, monitor and evaluate their learning in science and what are the most useful areas to provide feedback (e.g. process and self-regulation) to improve student learning.
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