METACOGNITION AND SELF TALK
Student metacognition is a term used to describe a student's ability to analyze his or her own learning and progress. It usually involves paying attention to what you're thinking, and using strategies to think more effectively. It is a key strategy in improving critical and creative thinking, reading, and writing--all learning.
METACOGNITION and SELF-TALK
- Goal Setting & Learning
- SelfTalk: A Positive Thinking Strategy
- Metacognition and Related Teaching and Learning Strategies
- Metacognition Kidwrite
- What Is Metacognition?
- Cognitive Coaching
- Metacognition & Reading to Learn: ERIC Digests
- Metacognition: "Lecture Notes"
- Learning To Learn: Metacognition
- Learning To Learn: Metacognition Links
- Interview Forms to Encourage Metacognition During Reading
- Developing Metacognition: ERIC Digest
- Critical Issue: Building on Prior Knowledge and Meaningful Student Contexts/Cultures
- Metacognition and Math
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