Resources

Classroom tips and ideas: Metacognition & self-regulation

Practical examples and teaching tips for using metacognition and self-regulated learning in the classroom will be on offer at Headteacher Update's inaugural Metacognition Conference.

Taking place on September 23 in London, the event features 15 practical sessions focusing on teaching, learning and pedagogy and offering ideas and strategies for your classroom and school.

Metacognition and self-regulated learning approaches have been rated as “high impact for very low cost, based on extensive evidence” by the Education Endowment Foundation.

But these can be elusive concepts. They extend beyond the most commonly used definitions such as “thinking about thinking” or “learning to learn”.

This one-day conference will describe what metacognition actually looks like and means in the classroom, and across your primary or secondary school.

Relevant to all staff involved with leading, planning or delivering teaching and learning in schools, it will offer practical examples, insights and case studies to help you discover, select, and implement effective techniques.

Register now, read forever

Thank you for visiting Headteacher Update and reading some of our content for professionals in primary education. Register now for free to get unlimited access to all content.

What's included:

  • Unlimited access to news, best practice articles and podcasts

  • New content and e-bulletins delivered straight to your inbox every Monday

Register

Already have an account? Sign in here


Related articles