Tag: Metacognition

Metacognitive reading strategies for the English Language GCSE

30 September 2018

By Andy Tharby English is a subject that requires that students know and practise a wide range of strategies for planning, monitoring and evaluating their work. The reading sections of the two GCSE English Language papers, for example, require the mastery of a range of metacognitive processes: reading for meaning; annotating a text; choosing relevant […]

Posted on: 30 September 2018
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Thinking about metacognition

30 October 2017

At Durrington High School we run a half-termly journal club where teachers come to discuss a useful and relevant education research paper. Our first paper of the academic year was Metacognition: Study Strategies, Monitoring, and Motivation by William Peirce (2003) which is a useful review of the literature surrounding metacognition. […]

Author: Andy Tharby
Posted on: 30 October 2017
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