This document is a summary of metacognition that can be provided to new staff to help them understand what metacognition is.
This diagram and A3 document provides an overview of the main components of metacognition.
What, at a very practical level, can teachers do to help pupils develop metacognition?
This document breaks down metacognition into a number of components enabling teachers to see how they can help pupils become more effective in their subject. Click here to download
What questions should leaders ask middle leaders? Use this resources to help you structure supportive and challenging conversations. Help middle leaders to drive developments within their subjects.
Are metacognition 'lessons' effective? Can you teach metacognition separately or does it need to be entwined with subject delivery and taught by everyone?
Click here for a discussion of the pros and cons of different delivery models.
A range of fantastic case studies are available, with more being added over the next few months, to support leaders and teachers with practical ways of using metacognition to support learning.
Presentation and questions for post-16 leaders.
In Leeds, to support the development, schools have been focusing on six elements:
This matrix is designed to help middle leaders plan a course of action and evaluate their current position in developing metacognition within their subject.
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