Proposal Title

Using Metacognitive Development to Frame Curriculum

Author Type

Faculty

Location

U-Hall 3-089

Start Date

24-3-2017 6:40 PM

End Date

24-3-2017 7:30 PM

Presentation Type

Paper

Abstract

Educational progress in the United States has been stagnant in reading and mathematics for decades despite increasing federal intervention and oversight. The impact of narrow, biased curriculum standards continues to fail to improve test scores or empower students to aspire to their full potential. This presentation will discuss how the metacognitive processes that underpin human learning and development could be used to develop a more individualized and democratic curriculum for the 21st century.

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Mar 24th, 6:40 PM Mar 24th, 7:30 PM

Using Metacognitive Development to Frame Curriculum

U-Hall 3-089

Educational progress in the United States has been stagnant in reading and mathematics for decades despite increasing federal intervention and oversight. The impact of narrow, biased curriculum standards continues to fail to improve test scores or empower students to aspire to their full potential. This presentation will discuss how the metacognitive processes that underpin human learning and development could be used to develop a more individualized and democratic curriculum for the 21st century.