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11 - Changing Student Thinking: A Metacognitive Approach to Teaching Mathematics 
October 18, 2013   2:45pm - 3:45pm
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  
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Students who are unaware of their metacognition typically “study” with little success. The study strategy employed matters little compared to what they are thinking when they study. Simply put, if students think well while studying, they will learn well. Join us for a metacognitive adventure into the mind of a student, and find out how you can increase academic success through metacognitive awareness in your classroom!

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