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Plan, do, review: the Reviewing part of the metacognitive process

Time and time again, metacognition is highlighted as a low-cost, hyper effective learning strategy for students. Metacognitive strategies specific to

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5 ways Rosenshine suggested you engage students with questions

Are you tired of the lingering silence you get after asking your class a question, forcing you to pick someone to answer? You’re not alone - but

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Plan, do, review: the Doing part of the metacognitive process

Metacognition is thought to be one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways students can boost their academic performance. Research shows that

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Target grades: good or bad for student learning and performance?

Many schools set target grades, which are estimates of what grades students could achieve. It is often done with the intention of inspiring and

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Plan, do, review: the Planning part of the metacognitive process

Identified over and over again as one of the most effective ways to boost student learning, metacognition can be defined asthinking about

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Why digital literacy skills are important now more than ever

50 years ago, students could look up information in a textbook and trust it to be true. People still had their own opinions and biases of course, but

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The latest growth mindset research you really need to know about

Just a few days ago, a very interesting new research paper on growth mindset was published. We think it offers a good opportunity to pause for

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A Q&A with Oliver Caviglioli and David Goodwin, authors of 'Organise Ideas'

The role of graphics in education has changed – it has become more important than ever before.

We at InnerDrive loved Organise Ideas: Thinking by

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