Metacognition is a big word for a simple concept: thinking about our thinking. As professionals, we are constantly monitoring what is being asked of us, thinking about how we will accomplish the tasks at hand, and considering how we can improve the way we do things. However, this is a challenge for many college students. In this workshop, we will discuss metacognitive strategies you can teach your students to help them be successful—while still covering your course content.
Educational Specialist for Part-time Faculty Support and Part-Time Instructor of American Studies
Interim Associate Director for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)