Affordance 6: Metacognition


For example, involving extensive giving and receiving of feedback, and recruiting students as self- and peer- assessors. This places them in the position of having to think metacognitively about the nature of the task, and the cognitive processes of the discipline. It is vital that learners move from empirical and experiential understandings to pattern recognition and theory making—in this respect, metacognition is key.

Why Metacognition Matters

Metacognition in e-Learning Ecologies

Metacognition in Scholar

An inside look at Creator

Metacognition Case Studies

Brain Breaks in the Elementary Classroom—Emily Hart
Genius Hour: Project Based Learning & Creativity—Levi Derber
Mario Kart -- Marian Stauder
Gamification and Financial Literacy—Matthew Gadbury
Metacognition in the Classroom—Lindsay Rubach
School in the Cloud—Lisa Rogers
Game Based Learning—Kyle Ellis
STEM-infusing the 21st Century Classroom—Brianna Zelm
A Case Study on the Big History Project—Angela Scheffler
Constructionist Code for Kids—Lauren Johnson
Concept Maps—Amelia Blevins
Popplet Concept Maps—Kaitlin Fajks
Using to Create Concept Maps—Andrea Stayton
The Geometer's Sketchpad—Maura Brand
Agile Mind—Sarah Mohrfeld
Gamification of Learning—Rozy Parlette
Physics Modeling and Inquiry—Ted Heyduck
Google Forms as a Metacognitive Tool—Heather Ochman
Brainology: Teaching the Growth Mindset—Summer Balcer
Low Floor High Ceiling Teaching In Mathematics—Samantha Beresid