CATL workshop on student reflection and metacognition – Feb. 11

Learn how reflection and metacognition strategies can improve teaching and student learning.

Help your students take more responsibility for their own learning: A practical guide to reflection and metacognition
Wednesday, February 11, 12:15-1:25 p.m.
Belk Pavilion 208

Expert learners use reflection and metacognition for a variety of purposes, including making sense of experience, examining assumptions, and transferring knowledge from one context to another. In this workshop, participants will 1) consider some practical ideas for helping students enhance their learning strategies and ownership of their own learning; and 2) develop your own ideas for using reflection and metacognition to solve challenges in your own teaching. Facilitated by Katie King, Associate Professor of Psychology. Lunch is provided for those who register.

To sign up, please use the registraton form.

To view CATL’s other spring offerings, please visit the CATL Workshops & Events page.