In this blog series, Rob Mason explores practical ways to improve our students’ learning outcomes by promoting their metacognition, self-regulated learning skills, and their voice and agency.
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The evidence is clear that metacognition and self-regulated learning can accelerate student learning, but what does this look like in the classroom?
Not all questions are created equal. Read our blog on exploring higher-order questioning using the SOLO taxonomy
As part of our series on learning science research, and how it applies to the classroom, we will be taking a deep dive into a handful of recent learning science research papers. While looking into some current research, we will pull out practical recommendations that can be implemented into the classroom.
Student voice and Agency is a concept tied closely to our earlier topics of metacognition and self-regulation; providing meaningful and authentic voice and agency becomes so important when students develop a capacity to know what works best for their own learning.
The Science of Learning Partnership Schools Initiative connects research and practice, to enhance educational outcomes in Victorian Schools.
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