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Know Thyself: Using Student Self-Assessment to Increase Student Learning Outcomes
Author(s):Demore, Winsor; Demore, Winsor
Student assessment in the classroom is necessary to support student growth and increase students' content knowledge. Formative assessment, or assessment that helps guide instruction and learning, can take many forms. One ...
Using Problem Solving to Teach Metacognition in the Sixth Grade Mathematics Classroom
Author(s):Ripley, John; Ripley, John
Schoenfeld (1985) demonstrated that students with higher metacognitive skills perform better in problem solving. Ozsoy and Ataman (2009) showed that metacognitive skills can be taught and learned. Learning metacognitive ...
Education in ecotourism: Instructional strategies that can promote pro-environmental learning outcomes
Author(s):Ray, Jackson; Ray, Jackson
Ecotourism is a form of tourism that takes place in natural areas and should benefit both the local social and ecological environment. Additionally, some form of visitor learning is widely accepted as an integral aspect ...