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THE BIG REVEAL: Showing Students How Metacognition Works

THE BIG REVEAL: Showing Students How Metacognition Works Tricia Taylor wrote this blog is based on her book called Connect the Dots: The Collective Power of Relationships, Memory and Mindset in the classroom. THE EXPERT IN YOU When I talk to adults about metacognition, I begin with a broken vacuum cleaner (a picture of it, …

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Can You Only Diagnose What You Know? The Relation Between Teachers’ Self-Regulation of Learning Concepts and Their Assessment of Students’ Self-Regulation

You’ve often heard from me about the problem that I have with using both self-report as a measure when doing research as well as using teacher-report as a measure. My reasons are simple, namely that such reports are subjective and not objective and that they are usually neither valid nor reliable. These two problems are …

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