What is this strategy about?
Metacognition is the ability to critically analyse how you think, and having self-awareness and control of your own thoughts. At each stage of a task, pupils should develop appropriate and helpful thinking strategies.
What are the three phases of metacognition?
The metacognition process consists of planning and development, carrying out a plan and examining how well it went. This can support children to understand the way they learn.
Why do we have initiatives and not modules?
If you were wondering why we have initiatives rather than the more usual e-learning modules, read our blog to find out why.
Click here to find out 8 Ways to Develop Metacognition.
Choose this strategy if you want to...
- Help pupils improve their own learning
- Implement a low-cost strategy
- Implement a strategy particularly helpful for disadvantaged pupils
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