Tag: Metacognition

Training Programme: South Hunsley School – Metacognition and Self-regulated Learning

09:00 on 16 January 2019–15:00 on 19 June 2019

This course will be on sale from 9am on Thursday 8th November 2018 ∗ This training course is based at South Hunsley School, in partnership with ERSIP and Huntington Research School ∗   To buy a ticket for Metacognition and Self-regulated Learning hosted at South Hunsley, go to: https://huntingtonschool.co.uk/calendar/south-hunsley-metacognition-self-regulated-learning/ This training programme is over three days: Wednesday 16th January […]

Posted on: 8 November 2018
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Training Programme: Metacognition and Self-regulated Learning 2019

09:00 on 26 March 2019–15:00 on 26 June 2019

To buy a ticket for our Metacognition and Self-regulated Learning go to: https://huntingtonschool.co.uk/calendar/metcognition-and-self-regulated-learning-2019/ This training programme is over three days: Tuesday 26th March 2019 Wednesday 22nd May 2019 Wednesday 26th June 2019 Tickets are £295.00 + VAT […]

Posted on: 18 October 2018
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Training Programme: Metacognition and Self-regulated Learning

09:00 on 16 October 2018–15:00 on 29 January 2019

This three-day training course will look at the evidence to enable you to make confident decisions that will help your pupils to become aware of their strengths and limitations and to select the appropriate strategies when undertaking a task […]

Posted on: 26 June 2018
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Misunderstanding Metacognition!

21 March 2018

Metacognition – we know what that is, right? ‘Thinking about thinking’. If you probe a little further, our understanding of metacognition can prove to be inconsistent, misunderstood and riddled with misconceptions. […]

Author: Julie Watson, Research-lead: Cognition
Posted on: 21 March 2018
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Metacognition assisting revision

28 February 2018

As a psychologist, I am fascinated by ‘the overconfidence effect’, which refers to the bias where our subjective confidence in our judgements is greater than the objective accuracy of those judgements. […]

Author: Julie Watson, Memory and Metacognition lead, Huntington Research School
Posted on: 28 February 2018
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Is ‘Disciplined Inquiry’ making a difference in the classroom?

27 February 2018

Here at Huntington we have been working on our own ‘Disciplined Inquiry’ model for over a year now and we thought it was time that we shared some evaluation of this work with you and the impact it may or may not be having for our staff and students. […]

Posted on: 27 February 2018
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Metacognition and self-regulation- what is the difference and why should we care?

14 November 2017

Metacognition and self-regulation seem to have become interchangeable – synonyms for those unsure about the exact nature of each term, or just eager to use the latest education buzz word. […]

Author: Julie Watson, Huntington Research-lead: Memory and metacognition
Posted on: 14 November 2017
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Becoming a (Metacognitive) Teacher – Part 2

26 May 2017

In a recent EEF focus group held in school we spent some time trying to define metacognition and what it looks like in practice. […]

Author: Dr Susan Smith
Posted on: 26 May 2017
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A Little Last Minute, But…

9 May 2017

It is the final days of the long and winding exam run in for year 11 and for A level students. SATs are now mid-stream. You may ask: how did that happen? There never seems enough time, as we hurtle toward the end of the year in the hope that our students do themselves justice. […]

Posted on: 9 May 2017
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Unveiling the Mystery of Metacognition

2 May 2017

Metacognition is the buzzword in education currently, yet how this actually applies to our classroom practice and how it can be used to improve progress is unclear. […]

Author: Julie Watson
Posted on: 2 May 2017
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