Your Strategies for Success: Metacognitive Skills

In our last blog on Metacognition, we discussed how metacognition could help your students make the grades. In this article, we discuss in depth how students really learn, and why metacognitive skills are necessary for success. How to ensure student success? Most often kids attribute their success at school to good luck, and their failures

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