Tag Archive: metacognition

Dec 08 2016

SIP #3.15 Is it me? Reflecting on our Teaching from a Student Perspective

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? If you are like me, there are usually one or two topics in each class you teach about which students say things like   it’s too hard, it’s too easy, you’re not fair, etc. As the semester draws down, consider  looking inward and reflecting on how well your teaching has …

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Nov 10 2016

SIP #3.12 Developing Learner Self-Awareness

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? Last week’s SIP explored the differences between being student-centered and learner-centered, with learner-centered classrooms being focused on what students do and what and how they learn. A key practice of learner-centered teaching is explicit attention to developing learner self-awareness, which is a component of meta-cognitive awareness. Meta-cognitive awareness has …

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