This episode of the SecEd Webinar focused on metacognition and motivation in the classroom, with tips and advice for how teachers can foster independent learning and create independent learners. Watch back for free now!


Featuring a panel of teachers and experts in metacognitive approaches in the clasroom, this webinar offers practical ideas and techniques for how teachers can prepare students for future success by helping them become increasingly independent, metacognitive, motivated learners

We discussed ways that teachers can ensure students become increasingly independent including by developing their metacognitive knowledge and self-regulation skills, explicitly teaching them a raft of study and research skills and helping them to develop intrinsic motivation and resilience so they can persevere when times are tough.

The webinar was hosted by Matt Bromley, who is a long-standing SecEd author and co-host of the award-winning SecEd Podcast. Our guests are:

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