These ten worksheets are designed to accompany any main task or learning activity in lessons. They are suitable for teachers of any subject and as a whole-school resource. Please see the preview images.
We’ve based the design around established metacognitive theories that emphasise four stages of metacognition: planning, monitoring, evaluation & regulation. These unique worksheets are our best yet: they help students “think about thinking” with direct reference to the learning activity they are engaged in.
The pack contains ten different worksheet designs [see preview images]. When printed and cut: each worksheet is 1/3 of a page (double-sided) and serves as a powerful and time-efficient way to foster metacognition in students when they are completing a learning activity. The worksheets are suitable for teachers and students (11-16) of any subject.
Metacognition is a powerful way to boost learning-power: regular use of these worksheets will help students to use metacognitive learning strategies habitually. The colourful double-sided designs look great in exercise books and it makes your work with metacognition & self-regulated learning very clear for others to see.
Thank you for looking at our resources! Make sure to download some of our free samples: just visit globalmetacognition.com
We offer a range of whole-school metacognition resources that aim to enhance metacognitive skills and strategies in students aged 11-16. You can download individual resources or buy our ‘Whole School Metacognition Toolkits’ that make establishing a whole-school metacognition initiative easy.
Our resources specialise in:
- Boosting Learning-Power
- Teaching Metacognitive Skills & Strategies
- Increasing Metacognitive Power (Intelligence, Memory etc.)
These resources are made and distributed in partnership with The Global Metacognition Institute.
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Copyright Adam Godwin (2019)