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Going Meta (02:12)

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Host Linda Darling-Hammond describes metacognition. Lee S. Shulman explains why this is an important step in learning.

Thinking Metacognitively (05:43)

Take a look inside Kendra Hearn's classroom as she teaches her students to understand their own thoughts. She describes her basic approach and how she became interested in metacognition.

Teacher Involvement (05:19)

Lee S. Shulman explains the importance of teacher assistance in helping a student reflect on learning. Hearn describes the use of rubrics in her classroom. Take a look at student involved in peer assessment.

Mind Mapping (03:05)

Hearn describes growth in her students. Annemarie Palinscar says that it is important to share with students the reason for what they are learning.

Community of Learners (04:18)

Take a look inside Kathleen Hayes-Parvin's classroom. She explains that learning in isolation does not work for reading and writing. Her students describe their experiences.

Opportunities for Reflection (05:25)

Hayes-Parvin describes the interaction between her students and University of Michigan students. Watch as Hayes-Parvin's students give presentations. Hammond describes the long-term impact of this style of learning.

Credits: Thinking About Thinking: Metacognition—The Learning Classroom: Theory into Practice (00:48)

Credits: Thinking About Thinking: Metacognition—The Learning Classroom: Theory into Practice

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Thinking About Thinking: Metacognition—The Learning Classroom: Theory into Practice

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Explore how thinking about thinking helps students better manage their own learning and learn difficult concepts deeply. The program features a senior English teacher and a sixth-grade teacher, with expert commentary from University of Michigan professor Annemarie Sullivan Palincsar and Lee S. Shulman, president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Length: 29 minutes

Item#: BVL111587

Copyright date: ©2003

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