How do you use metacognitive strategies? What metacognitive strategies have worked for you?
Below are a few examples of metacognitive strategies that could be used:
• Problem-solving strategies.
• Mental models.
• Knowledge about self – recalling existing knowledge.
• Ability to incorporate self-assessment techniques.
• Feedback and feedforward processes.
• Concept-mapping techniques.
• Questioning the accuracy of understanding: either at the individual level or at the team/group level.
• Having a clear understanding of the task/goal among all parties involved.
• Having a clear understanding of the structure you are operating in.
• The process of how learning is shared among members, either collective learning or shared team learning.
• Information distribution available to all members during the project or task.
• Having a shared interpretation of required information to complete a task among all members.