A 24 week programme to embed the skills and practice of metacognition in schools. Metacognition is understanding the process by which cognition takes place, where cognition is the acquisition and embedding of new knowledge. Metacognitive learners plan, monitor and evaluate their work and approach to learning independently and effectively. Research suggests metacognition carries an effect size of 0.6 (ref: Professor John Hattie) and disproportionally advantages struggling learners in whom it is less developed.
The Metacognition Programme is designed with the following professional learning objectives:
The Metagognition Programme has 2 possible methods for delivery:
The course is completely bespoke and fully supported throughout using the following structure:
The key active components are:
To establish key starting points:
Workshop 1 and 2:
All participants are supported by additional online materials and coaching through email and pre-booked meetings. This helps develop understanding, contextualisation and deepen practice.