By encouraging children to think about their learning and to become aware of and control their thinking processes, teachers can help children to become active, responsible learners-learners who can make their own decisions, choose appropriate strategies, assess their own work, and set their own goals.
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About the Author
Jeni Wilson lectures at the University of Melbourne's Institute of Education in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning. She has a special interest in children's thinking and in assessment.
Table of ContentsI. Thinking About Organization
1. Teachers and reflection
Developing independent learners
Strategies To Develop Reflective and Metacognitive Thinking
4. Negotiated learning
Guiding questions to guide questions
Involving students in assessment
Ingredients for success