Research, Resources and Applications
This is a collection of resources compiled for and by participants in the FLO MicroCourse: Metacognition: Rethinking the role of thinking in learning.
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Research and Resources
Check out those articles that attract your attention to help with your goal. Most are short. Be respectful of your available time.
Common Metacognition Expectations for Learning with Your Students.
Retrieved February 22, 2019 https://bit.ly/33mXyc5
Patrick Cunningham, Addressing Student Resistance to Engaging in their Metacognitive Development. Retrieved November 5, 2018 https://bit.ly/311vF7F
Patrick Cunningham, Helping Students Feel Responsible for Their Learning. Retrieved August 8, 2018 https://bit.ly/2M3ez5a
Patrick Cunningham, Where Should I Start With Metacognition? Retrieved April 4, 2018 https://bit.ly/2VxRfzM
More articles from Patrick Cunningham may be found at the link: https://bit.ly/2B0N322
Lauren Scharff, Personal Characteristics Necessary for Metacognition. Retrieved June 3, 2019 https://bit.ly/2IRTyZp
Audra Schaefer, Metacognitive Instruction: Suggestions for Faculty Retrieved April 24, 2019 https://bit.ly/310MvUl
Caroline Mueller, Learning about learning: A student perspective. Retrieved April 3, 2019 https://bit.ly/35jjPJu
More articles about metacognition may be found on the link: https://bit.ly/2q2xlBd
Marilyn Price-Mitchell, Metacognition: Nurturing Self-Awareness in the Classroom. Retrieved April 7, 2015 https://edut.to/2dAZFP5
Joseph Ball, Metacognition and Student Learning. Retrieved Spring, 2017 https://bit.ly/2Ms19P9
Caitrin Blake, Metacognition in the Classroom. Retrieved January 5, 2016 https://bit.ly/31Yx54a
Rachelle Dene Poth, Metacognition and Why it Matters in Education. Retrieved October 18, 2019 https://bit.ly/2VUbEin
Check out the articles that may relate to your specific interests and needs for metacognitive activities for your students. Be respectful of your available time.
Patrick Cunningham, How do you know you know what you know? Retrieved
August 21, 2019 from https://bit.ly/2VtK0bS
Liesel Knaack and Melissa Robertson, Ten Metacognitive Teaching Strategies Helping Students Learn How to Learn. Retrieved (no date) https://bit.ly/2c5IR71
John Spencer, Five Ways to Boost Metacognition in the Classroom. Retrieved August 13, 2018 https://bit.ly/2BeSWvi
Sarah Robinson, Metacognitive Time Capsule Assignments for Reflection on Writing Skills. Retrieved June 16, 2017 https://bit.ly/2M2v6qc
Blake Harvard, Promoting Metacognition with Retrieval Practice in Five Steps. Retrieved June 22, 2017 https://bit.ly/320R6Hi
Centre for Teaching Excellence, Teaching Metacognitive Skills. Retrieved (no date) https://bit.ly/1MImb5O
Li-Shih Huang, Three Ideas for Implementing Learner Reflection. Retrieved November 6, 2017 https://bit.ly/324m6pN