Student Learning Organizer for Metacognitive Strategies

Directions for Students: Use this checklist to chart your metacognitive strategy usage. This is a job aid (how-to-guide) to help you remember how to maximize […]

Dear First Generation College Student,

Dear First Generation College Student, Decades ago, I was you.  Specifically, I was first-generation low-income (#FLI). Now, I have a doctorate and teach and train […]

Where Learning Happens

During the flow of a task, at the edge of our zone of proximal development (ZPD), via our selective attention and rehearsal, and within our thoughts of […]

Cognitive Benefits of ePortfolios

Filed under: e-learning, Instructional Design, Research, Teaching Tips Tagged: higher ed, metacognitive strategies, portfolios

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