Metacognition and self-regulated learning in science RA350 / C01
This course explores the concept of metacognition and self-regulated learning. Based on the latest educational research, the course focuses on what is meant by self-regulated learning and how the interplay of knowledge (self, strategies and motivation), planning, monitoring and evaluation determine a successful approach to learning. Throughout the course, participants will consider the barriers to self-regulated learning and various strategies that can develop metacognitive skills in their learners.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- explain what metacognition and self-regulated learning skills are and why they are important in student learning
- model your thinking to develop metacognitive skills in learners
- understand how to promote and develop metacognitive talk and apply approaches that strengthen resilience in science
|Metacognition and self-regulated learning in science||12 November 2020||16:00-17:30|
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£15.00|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£22.50|
Participants from outside the UK will be charged the course fee and an additional £120 per day plus VAT.
Our remote CPD courses for teachers are delivered across a series of sessions run at specific times and dates. Information on all course sessions can be found under the description of each course. To complete a course, all sessions are mandatory.
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