Student metacognition

Learner-Centered Workshop:

Supporting Student Metacognition

  • 1-day virtual session
  • Date TBA
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About This Workshop

“Teachers who promote reflective classrooms ensure that students are fully engaged in the process of making meaning.”
– Arthur L. Costa and Bena Kallick

Soar beyond the “one-size-fits-all” approach to spark engagement and foster student agency for all learners. We’ll explore the why, what, and how of student metacognition in this workshop along with key practices such as self-assessment, reflection, and goal-setting.

This interactive experience will be guided by our learner-centered approach, which promotes and cultivates equitable and inclusive learning communities. During this session, participants will:

  • build understanding of how metacognition impacts learning.
  • investigate metacognition strategies and protocols to support self-assessment, reflection, and goal setting.
  • explore the process of designing metacognitive learning experiences .
  • tap into our collaborative learning community for feedback and inspiration.

All Learner-Centered Workshops model experiences and practices that can be applied with young learners, too. Educators will engage in the learning process through collaboration, meaning-making, inquiry, and reflection; set goals aligned to current teaching practices and desired outcomes; build transferable skills and competencies that lead to transformational learning; and experience community-building practices that encourage and promote engagement.

When: Date TBA

Where: Zoom link will be sent to all registrants

Price: $200 per educator, 20% off when you register 5+ team members

Contact Us

Gratitude for this time and space to dive deeper into better understanding how to make assessments meaningful! Grateful for all the awesome educators in all of our breakout rooms!

– Poonam Leonard, Instructional Coach, El Segundo Unified School District

As a result of my learning, I will approach curriculum and content with more purpose and intention.

– Educator, The Hewitt School, site-based Workshop participant

This gave me time to be creative and thoughtful – and I am really excited about some assignments I’ve created as a result.

– Science teacher, El Segundo Unified School District, Fall 2020 Workshop participant

I used to create lessons because I had to cover the content. Now, I create meaningful lessons with a targeted objective, centered around student collaboration and growth.

– Math teacher, El Segundo Unified School District, Fall 2020 Workshop participant

Thank you for this training which pushed me to think more deeply about backwards design and about involving students in every step of the learning process. Having ownership over one’s learning is empowering.

– Faculty, Mercersburg Academy, site-based Workshop participant

Facilitators

Our Learner-Centered Workshops are designed and led by practitioners from across the country who are dedicated to supporting your learning experiences and, ultimately, your learners’ success. We can’t wait to meet and collaborate with you.

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