Today's final post in a four-part series on metacognition includes answers from Howard Pitler, Tan Huynh, Dr. Saundra Yancy McGuire,John Larmer, Mike Janatovich, Matt Townsley, Thomas Armstrong and Anna Crowe.
Erik M. Francis, Pam Ferrante, Frank Lyman, Kathy Dyer, and Amber Chandler contribute their thoughts on metacognition in the classroom.
Today, Dan Rothstein, Mark Estrada, Diane Friedlaender, Bena Kallick, Allison Zmuda, Donna Wilson, and Amy Benjamin answer the question, "What is metacognition and how do we teach it?"
Laura Robb, Teresa Diaz, Matt Renwick, PJ Caposey and LouAnne Johnson share their thoughts on helping students develop metacognition.
The new "question-of-the-week" is: What is metacognition and why should teachers be concerned about it?
In this last post of the series, Bryan Harris, Allison Rodman, Dawn Mitchell, Josh Patterson, Erik M. Francis, Otis Kriegel, Barbara Blackburn, and many readers, contribute their thoughts on student mistakes.
Margaret Searle, Diana Laufenberg, Jessica Lahey, Jonathan Cassie, Andrew Miller, Allen Mendler, and Mark Katz share their ideas on the topic of handling mistakes in school.
Amber Chandler, Howard Pitler, Barry Saide, John Spencer, Riina Hirsch, Nadja Reilly, Laura Taddei are today's contributors on the topic of handling student mistakes.
Warren Schnack, Jenny Edwards, Michael Thornton, Annie Ward, and Cathy L. Seeley sharing classroom strategies on effectively dealing with student mistakes.
Experienced educators Doug Lemov, Danny Woo, Kathleen Neagle Sokolowski, Bena Kallick, Allison Zmuda, Jen Schwanke and Mike Janatovich discuss how to handle student mistakes in the classroom.