Learning Strategies as Metacognitive Factors: A Critical Review

This report provides an introduction to learning strategies. In many student-centered classrooms the use of “learning strategies” to support student growth and learning is replacing the practice of teaching to different “learning styles”. This report looks at metacognitive learning strategies, self-regulatory strategies, and task-oriented techniques. It discusses how to develop these in the classroom. It also considers state policies.

This is a good introduction to learning strategies for any teacher.

Source Organization: Educational Policy Improvement Center

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