Great Teaching Bitesize: Metacognitive Questions

Suitable for: Headteacher, Subject Leaders, Teachers, ECTs, LTA

Course code Keystages Presented by
PTL130 Foundation; KS1; KS2
  • Ian Richardson (Teaching and Learning Consultant)
  • Jen Little (Primary Consultant)

- To consider a simple definition of metacognition.
- To understand how questions can be used to help pupils plan, monitor and evaluate their learning.

The EEF Toolkit describe Metacognition and Self-regulation as having "Very high impact, for very low cost, based on extensive evidence".

Questioning is a way to quickly introduce metacognition in the classroom and this course will provide teachers with a bank of questions which can be used during lessons to encourage pupils to plan, monitor and evaluate their work.

This one hour twilight aims to provide busy teachers with a few practical strategies that will have a positive impact on learning.

**OFFER: Book five courses from the 'Great Teaching Bitesize Suite' and pay for four. Please make five bookings as normal and we will discount one place. Courses available in this offer, search Bitesize PTL130 / 131 / 133 / 135 / 138 / 139 / 140 / 141 / 144 / 145 / 158 / 159 / 160 / 161 / 162

As this course is online, we would be grateful if you would attend on a device with a working camera and microphone.

Please note the maximum number of delegates per school is 2.

"Simple explanation of metacognition. Easy, quick ideas to implement in the classroom." Lancashire teacher

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