‘The Impact of Non-Explicit Teaching Strategies for Metacognition on the Metacognitive Awareness of Fifth- Grade Students’
By Diana Ruiz Cendales – SGS Geography Teacher
We wish to share with you the article written by Diana, an SGS Primary Geography Teacher as well as proud former student.
This survey is an acknowledgement by 11th and 12th Grade students of the metacognitive strategies they were exposed to as part of the curriculum. It also looks at the basic ideas, concepts and approaches used by the teachers and their effect on the students’ ability to recognize and regulate their own learning process.
This article is part of the book (Chapter 9, pages 184-213) ‘Mindful Learning: Research on Learner Awareness, Metacognition, and Learning Strategies’ Voices from the Field: Research from Specialist Program in Bilingual Education de la Universidad Unica (Institución Universitaria Colombo Americana).