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Use the metacogntive strategy of think-alouds

Use the metacogntive strategy of think-alouds: Teaching Complex Topics
Use the metacogntive strategy of think-alouds: Teaching Complex Topics

Metacognition is thinking about your thoughts in order to control your learning. It’s most simply put as “thinking about your thinking. There are several strategies that can be used to help students develop metacognition. Think Aloud is the primary way of helping studetns to develop metacognition. Discover ways to use think alouds in the classroom so that your students become more competant thinkers.

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