SoL: Metacognition & Feedback

SoL: Metacognition & Feedback

Once students learn to amass knowledge effectively, they are ready to become self-directed learners. In this program, educators learn to develop their students’ awareness of how their learning occurs and their ability to monitor and manage their learning behaviors. This is the foundation for learning independently, effectively, and efficiently. This two-module course is designed to help educators develop their students’ metacognition through practical strategies and application guides that foster metacognitive awareness and deliberate practice.

As research suggests, effective feedback, formative assessments, and peer-based learning are among the most effective ways a student can learn information deeply and demonstrate transfer. Alongside application guides and technology tools, educators will master the science behind these concepts and how to apply them with fidelity in the classroom.

Program Modules

This program consists of ~15 hours of self-led asynchronous e-learning, which are complemented with live synchronous office hours to support learners. Learners maintain a flexible pace for their cohort to be in sync with each other to promote meaningful peer discussion and collaboration and to benefit from scheduled office hours and webinars.

08. Foster Metacognitive Awareness

Teaching metacognitive reflection is an effective strategy to accelerate student achievement. Learn how to provide students with practical strategies that foster metacognitive awareness and create the foundation for learning independently, effectively and efficiently.

09. Provide Effective Feedback

Research suggests effective feedback, formative assessments and peer-based learning are among the most effective ways a student can learn information. Learn how to integrate and apply these concepts into your classroom.

Professional Development On The Science Of Learning Delivered By Top Learning Scientists Online To Educators Anywhere In The World

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Guest Lecturers

Global experts on human learning provide the scientific base of our content, while program facilitators and subject matter experts translate the science and guide application to your classroom.

Asynchronous Program Elements

Priming Activities

Priming quizzes and open-ended interrogatories are used to get learners thinking about the subject matter they are about to learn.

Micro-Video Lessons

Introductory video lessons are delivered by program facilitators while topics within each module are delivered by subject matter experts.

Classroom Application Guides

Takeaways Guides to ensure the effective implementation of the concepts covered in the program.

Professional Learning Community

During the program, participants will have the opportunity to collaborate, reflect and discuss how to apply concepts taught.

Peer-Based Feedback

Experience breakout groups to receive and provide peers anonymized feedback for deeper learning.

SoL Practitioner’s Platform

Program alumni join an online platform to obtain and share resources and guidance for ongoing application of concepts taught.

Synchronous Program Elements

Small Group Collaboration

As part of fostering application, participants form groups around a topic or a principle and work in teams to develop original application ideas.

Office Hours

Office Hours are held to allow participants to ask questions and learn from each other as well as the program facilitators.

Webinars

Live webinars are hosted by program facilitators and/or guest lecturers.

Learning Outcomes

Educators will be able to: • Identify ways to develop your students’ ability to monitor and manage their own learning behaviors. • Formulate a plan to apply classroom strategies that develop your students’ metacognitive awareness. • Effectively apply feedback, formative assessments, and peer-based learning in your classroom to enhance student learning outcomes.

Program Facilitators

We Practice What We Teach: Professional Development Designed Around the Science of Learning

Our Professional Development (PD) on the Science of Learning democratizes access to decades of research on human learning. It also incorporates the scientific principles of human learning to how deliver the program. Learning through our PD is active, engaging, collaborative, and application-based. Our program will invigorate your lesson planning with science-based tools that will enable your students to master what you teach.