The Metacognitive Student
How to Teach Academic, Social, and Emotional Intelligence in Every Content Area
What if there were one strategy teachers could use to support students academically, socially and emotionally while building essential metacognitive skills? It exists – and it’s simple, straightforward and practical.
In The metacognitive student: How to teach academic, social, and emotional intelligence in every content area, authors Richard K Cohen, Deanne Kildare Opatosky, James Savage, Susan Olsen Stevens and Edward P Darrah detail how a simple approach they call ‘structured SELf-questioning’ helps students step back and think about their thinking when solving any problem. By teaching this powerful, research-backed approach, educators develop students into thriving thinkers who are confident, healthy, adaptive and resilient.
- Grasp how metacognitive awareness and SElf-questioning can reduce the severe stress and anxiety teachers and students face.
- Learn to implement social-emotional learning skills into existing academic instruction.
- Review scenarios that demonstrate using SElf-questioning in every content area and year level.
- Gain insight into how SElf-questioning achieves transfer of classroom learning to any academic, social, or emotional context.
- Autonomously customise SElf-question sets, and apply them to any situation.
|Publish date||2022-02-28 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|
|Key Learning Area||Professional development, Cross-Curricular|