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We use metacognition every day to find strategies for dealing with every situation. Our metacognitive competence is defined by our ability to plan, check and refine, using tools and strategies once we have recognised a problem type. A number of researchers have linked metacognition with pupil outcomes.
- Understand the benefits of metacognition.
- Be aware of the main messages in the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) guidance report about metacognition and self-regulation.
- Understand that there are different views and approaches to metacognition and pupil autonomy.
- Investigate your school's efforts to improve motivation and self-knowledge.
- Develop criteria for for differentiating between types of task.
Unit 2: Benefits of metacognition
Step 1: The benefits of metacognition
Step 2: Becoming an autonomous learner
Step 3: The EEF Guidance Report
Step 4: Current practice in your school
Step 5: Types of task
Step 6: Self-regulated learning
End of Unit 2 quiz