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Teaching Underprepared Students to Take Control of Their Learning by Developing Metacognitive Skills
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Teaching Underprepared Students to Take Control of Their Learning by Developing Metacognitive Skills

 

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Teaching Underprepared Students to Take Control of Their Learning by Developing Metacognitive Skills translates theories into practice with concrete methods you can implement into your curriculum with ease through research-based, practical strategies. This Magna Online Seminar will help you purposefully instill and foster metacognition and self-regulation into your students which allows them to take control of their own learning and put themselves in the driver's seat. By being able to provide them with proficient self-regulation, these students can achieve deeper learning and increased engagement and motivation, which equips them for success in the classroom and beyond.

What does this Magna Online Seminar cover?

  • Challenges that first-generation college students disproportionately face
  • Metacognition
  • Formative Assessment and Assessment for Learning
  • Teaching strategies to instill metacognition and self-regulation skills in students
 
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