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Thursday, November 11 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
Metacognition: Helping Students Monitor their Own Learning

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Metacognition is a complex phenomenon that is rarely both clearly and succinctly defined. Further, many instructors have not learned to intentionally prompt students for engagement in metacognitive practices. However, doing so is a key strategy for increasing equity across our students' educational experiences. In this Workshop-in-a-Box session you will get first-hand experience with my field-tested, well-paced, 60-minute synchronous workshop on Metacognition. This and additional resources (e.g., a link to my YouTube channel!) will prepare you to engage your own faculty in a conversation dedicated to identifying strategies that will support and trigger metacognitive awareness and self-regulating behaviours in students.

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Ruth Poproski

Associate Director for Teaching and Learning, University of Georgia
In my work I lead my CTL’s team focused on educational development for all instructors, TAs and future faculty across campus, learning technologies, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. I got my start in educational development at Carnegie Mellon University, where I also... Read More →

Thursday November 11, 2021 4:45pm - 5:45pm EST