Mindset and Metacognition

Toolkit Item Overview

These lesson plans aim at encouraging students to use their reading and researching to influence their thinking and add to their life experience as possible evidence while implementing practices of mindset and metacognition.

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We used several resources to inform our toolkit. A full list of resources is available at: http://mindsetandmetacognition.weebly.com/resources.html

Key Lessons We've Learned

After implementing our lessons, the pattern of student learning behavior was that although students recognize the value of annotation and metacognition, they don't necessarily apply the tools implemented on their own.  Therefore, we proposed to investigate the correlation between the students with a strong growth mindset and the students who continue to implement the strategies implemented in the lessons presented.

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