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Reading Apprenticeship at TCC: Metacognition

TCC faculty guide about reading apprenticeship resources and techniques

Metacognition - Definition and Use

Metacognition is thinking about how you think and process information.

In Reading Apprenticeship, the metacognitive conversation occurs when you involve all four dimensions of the Reading Apprenticeship Framework:

  • Social
  • Personal
  • Cognitive
  • Knowledge-building

Articles and Websites about Metacognition

Video about Metacognitive Conversation - by Michele Lesmeister


Source: "Reading Apprenticeship for all formats" by RTC Life, Standard YouTube license

Ready-to-Use Templates - Metacognition

These ready-to-use templates were created by RAT Pack Leader and ABE/GED instructor, Michele Lesmeister.

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