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InnerDrive 1m
Encouraging your students to develop their metacognitive thinking isn't as complex as it may sound. Our complete guide to in schools is full of strategies and resources:
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Catarina Song Chen 6h
This post reminded me of a recent interview I had with a teacher candidate. Our conversation was about the impact of feedback. It’s an process that triggers and consequently . It’s about dialogue and making connections.
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Micah Allen 6h
This is great! If you are studying do check out this tutorial on hierarchical modelling.
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Emily Fɾαɳƈιʂ 💫 Feb 15
Here’s a wonderful chart my ESL colleague created to model core instructional teachers on HOW to create anchor charts. 🙋🏽‍♀️ I now have it posted in my newcomers class and the use it to express their thinking. 💭
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JP Mynott Feb 14
Great afternoon training; sharing the work of our pupil study and lesson study work this term. . Such amazing research from all of the teams.
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Ruth Georgiades 5h
All of our teachers have shared when they will be trying one of our 4 strategies next week so peers can drop in and give feedback I’m excited to see what the students learn about themselves as learners...
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WS Research School Feb 14
Will Smith, our ELE talking to over 100 teachers from the 5SG about ‘The Blue 6’. Metacognitive knowledge and regulation. ⁦
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Topsy Page 3h
Very interesting. I would love to hear more about the pupil response to the 'intercepts'. A fascinating way to get children thinking (and talking) about thinking and learning.
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Allen Y. Tien MD MHS 田一彦 4h
"Must you be your thoughts, ... ? But your thoughts are just as much outside your self as trees and animals are outside your body." |
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Dr. Marlo Barnett Feb 15
Replying to @Erik_Youngman
I love ❤️ to get thinking about their own thinking
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DavinciAlt_HT Feb 14
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BJ Neilsen Feb 13
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Miss G Cartwright Feb 13
Do you have a seating plan? 💭 In Elder class, we change the seating plan at the end of each Half Term, ready for the next! My class are really good at identifying who they work well with and discussing where they would work best! 🤩
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Ms Takhar Feb 13
It was amazing to see Year 8 confidently discussing, critiquing and engaging with their peers' gothic writing yesterday. There was such productive talk!
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The Geography Teacher Feb 13
Fascinating inset day today with talking about metacognition. Thank you for your expertise and insight into this topic
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Mrs. Dani Burns Feb 12
After lunch today, I had a great time listening to a group of 5th graders from Mrs. Mrs. Manios's class share their information from an in class debate! We talked about how thinking about their thinking helps them learn!
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Matt Garofola Feb 12
Love this response from a student when asked to describe their preference to analyzing a linear relationship
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C Matthews Feb 12
Great CPD session on modelling. Lots of examples of strategies to try in the classroom and ones to further develop.
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Greenshaw Geography Feb 12
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