In the second of eight videos in this course on Metacognition by metacognition.org.uk, you will begin to look at Metacognitive strategies that you can implement into your teaching. In this short CPD video, you will explore strategies that you can use to incorporate Metacognitive processes into your teaching.
There are two main Metacognitive Processes:
- Knowledge of Self; Knowledge of Task; Knowledge of Strategies
- Plan; Monitor; Evaluate
These are crucial stages for our learners to be going through in their day to day work, to support their academic and Metacognitive progress.
One way in which we can get students to continually use these cycles is by including them on PowerPoint slides, displays and worksheets. If students are constantly exposed to the two Metacognitive cycles, and teaching staff constantly make reference to them, students will go through these stages, which will know will improve their progress and attainment.
Download the two main cycles from above and include them on your worksheets and displays!
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