30 Mar, 2021

Learning About Learning: Metacognition and Reflection in Online Teaching and Learning

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Volume XLIII, No. 11 | April 1, 2021 Learning About Learning: Metacognition and Reflection in Online Teaching and Learning As thousands of courses transitioned to online formats in 2020, institutions and instructors scrambled to adapt and provide high-quality online education. Although technological competence is important for online educators’ effectiveness, Nilson and [...]

11 Oct, 2018

Metacognition Can Save Our Students

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Volume XL, No. 33 | October 11, 2018 Metacognition Can Save Our Students Technology has forced many educators to reimagine their classrooms, curriculums, and instructional practices. Educators have had to confront the ways technology has changed students’ brains, as well as how the internet has changed the ways students interact with ideas. [...]