Sunday, November 11, 2012
One of my co-bloggers has cited an excellent article on metacognition below. Teaching metacognition has become very important in new approaches to general education and legal education. Here are some more articles on metacognition:
Anthony Niedwiecki, Teaching for Lifelong Learning: Improving the Metacognitive Skills of Law Students through More Effective Formative Assessment Techniques, 40 Cap. U. L. Rev. 149 (2012).
Anthony Niedwiecki, Lawyers and Learning: A Metacognitive Approach to Legal Education, 13 Widener L. Rev. 33, 40 (2006).
Robin A. Boyle, Employing Active-Learning Techniques and Metacognition in Law School: Shifting Energy from Professor to Student, 81 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 1 (2003-2004).
Michael Hunter Schwartz, Teaching Law Students to Be Self-Regulated Learners, 2003 L. Rev. M.S.U.-D.C.L. 447.
Paul R. Pintrich, The Role of Metacognitive Knowledge in Learning, Teaching, and Assessing, 41 Theory into Practice 219 (2002).