• Sociology
  • Published 2017

Metacognition in the English Classroom: Reflections of Middle Years Teachers Navigating the Australian Curriculum: English.

@inproceedings{BannisterTyrrell2017MetacognitionIT,
  title={Metacognition in the English Classroom: Reflections of Middle Years Teachers Navigating the Australian Curriculum: English.},
  author={Michelle Bannister-Tyrrell and Deidre M. Clary},
  year={2017}
}
This article investigates the perceptions and lived experience of practising middle years' and pre-service teachers of English in their efforts to make sense of, and use metacognition. The investigation focuses on metacognition as a means to enhance student learning by fostering self-awareness of their students' thinking as they engage in reading, writing and problem solving in English classrooms. Metacognition is considered an essential cognitive process for successful learning; however, to… CONTINUE READING

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