Thursday, 19 November 2015


Meta-cognition is our thinking about thinking.  It's our awareness about how we are learning and if we are just memorizing facts or if we understand the material, so we could teach it to others.  One way to develop meta-cognitive skills is to Journal about your learning. 
Writing journals using the Focused Conversation Model: Objective, Reflective, Interpretive and Decisional approach is a great way to compound learning.  I plan to have students regularly journal about their learning and will adopt a similar reflective process to the Focused Conversation Model we use in the PIDP course.

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