This blog is for educators using the metacognitive framework - "nothing less than an internal dialogue with oneself. It is the process of bringing past experiences to a conscious level, analyzing them, and determining better ways to think and behave in the future" Roland Barth. I will be continuing to post SEL information on this website because metacognition is the basis for SEL.
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Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Here are some great resources for developing meta-cognition in conjunction with the common core! Check it out!
This infographic focuses on one of these skills, problem-solving,
and identifies five strategies that can be used in the classroom to
help students bolster their creativity and develop their problem-solving
In this podcast,
Lauren sets the record straight on how much fiction is still allowed
under the Common Core State Standards, how it can be taught along with
nonfiction, and provides suggestions for selecting and incorporating
engaging nonfiction texts.