Observations of Self-Directed Behavior in an Online Environment

By Jonathan Vander Els
June 23, 2020

In this article, a project director from the New Hampshire Learning Initiative discusses lessons learned during remote learning from educators and school leaders in NH. In past years NH schools have put emphasis on helping students develop the 21st century skills of communication, collaboration, creativity, and self-direction.

This article explores the role of self-direction and metacognition play in the online learning environment. It may inspire other educators to spend more time helping students develop this skill and apply it during remote learning.

Source Organization: The Aurora Institute

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