EEF Guidance Report

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Unlocking the Potential of Metacognition #EEFGuidance

Metacognition (+7 months, low cost with strong evidence) has sat proudly at the top of the EEF Toolkit for many years alongside feedback.  However, unlike feedback it is poorly understood in both in terms of what it means and what it looks like in practice.  The new EEF Guidance on Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning is a significant step forward in helping teachers and schools unlock the potential of this powerful learning strategy. Continue reading


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