Maya Bialik breaks down the various components of metacognition and how they can be applied to the classroom. She provides some concrete suggestions as well as a lengthy list of background research to support her claims.
Video showing teachers how to use metacognitive strategies like graphic organizers, heuristics, think-alouds, critical thinking, and goal-setting to improve
Dr. Jen McCabe shares a classroom assessment that promotes metacognition and active engagement with lesson material.
In this article, the authors argue that metacognition is a teachable skill. They provide a brief description of the research supporting their recommendations, which can be applied to students of all ages.