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  1. Teaching Metacognitive Skills

    ... about one’s thinking”. Having well-developed metacognitive thinking skills is associated with improved learning. While some students develop metacognitive skills on their own, others need explicit instruction.   ...

  2. Managing Students’ Use of Technology in the Classroom

    ... can be engaging [See Lecturing Effectively , Teaching Metacognitive Skills , Activities for Large Classes ] Be ...

  3. Universal Design: Instructional Strategies

    ... need for accommodations to their classmates. Foster metacognitive skill development by providing multiple opportunities to practice ... for the midterm or end of term assessments.  See Teaching Metacognitive Skills . Avoid high-stakes grading schemes and final exams ...

  4. ePortfolios Explained: Theory and Practice

    ... teaching tips Critical Reflection Teaching Metacognitive Skills Other resources Catalyst for Learning: ...

  5. Critical Reflection

    ... Teaching Metacognitive Skills CTE tipsheet retrieved from ... References Ash, S.L., & Clayton, P. H. (2009). ...

  6. Motivating Our Students

    ... Community in Large Classes T eaching Metacognitive Skills Community-Based Learning I ...

  7. Preparing Tests and Exams

    ... for the next exam (see our Teaching Tip on Teaching Metacognitive Skills ). Reflect on the gathered information ...