A Mirror to the Mind: Metacognitive Practices to Help Students Learn How They Learn
May 14, 8:30am - 3:30pm
Commonly described as “thinking about thinking,” metacognition is the basis for “self-regulated learning,” reflections, and other activities that help students plan, monitor, and evaluate their own learning. By teaching students to learn how they learn, we're engendering a continuously valuable and renewable skill that will help them to succeed in your class, their studies, and throughout their lives!
Sneak Peak: Dr. Saundra McGuire speaking about Metacognition (YouTube, 2:02)
To best experience this Learning Institute, join this event with your colleagues from your unit. Registration will allow you to register as a team. If you don't have a team in mind, please register individually and we'll find a team for you. Teams size should be 3 or more.
Tuesday, May 14 - includes lunch
Wednesday, May 15
For questions regarding this event, contact Dr. Jeffrey Pellegrino (email@example.com).
Kent State University is committed to making its programs and activities accessible to those individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Amy Quillin, Student Accessibility Services, at 330-672-3391 or firstname.lastname@example.org.