Recently, brain-based learning, and, more specifically, metacognition, has gotten a lot of attention in the education space. Many studies point to the fact that metacognition – “thinking about one’s thinking” – is an effective strategy for helping students achieve academically higher levels and become more motivated by their work. Learn more about how you can use eSpark to create a culture of metacognition in your classroom.
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