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metacognition

EDST1101 - Educational Psychology 1

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4). There are a variety of ways and strategies that are integrated to assist in a student’s learning experience. There are educational implications that teachers must consider within metacognition. One of these implications is that every student has a diverse way of learning and thus teachers need to be able to address this through a variety of approaches. Students are active learners and provide previous knowledge and experience within the classroom. Ultimately, it is the teachers’ responsibility in planning and organising how this information is best learnt as well strategies that assist students in containing this knowledge in order for it to not become obsolete. For example, a teacher can teach time through providing a ...
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Social Issues Education Educational psychology Cognitive science Educational technology Learning Metacognition Pedagogy Cognitive apprenticeship Student-centred learning

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