FSEM1010-26.FSEM: IAS: Going Meta.F16.Nordeen,Lisa
FSEM: IAS: Going Meta
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Research teaches us that highly developed metacognitive skills are one of the key traits that good problem solvers possess. Good problem solvers are able to recognize flaws and biases within their own thinking, take a step back and consider their thought processes through self-evaluation, and then make revisions based on those evaluations. Metacognition helps us to decide what we understand and what we don't understand and then direct our own learning. ”Going meta” means to become an audience of your own performance. Throughout this course, students will be challenged to ”go meta” as a way to become more aware of their own learning and take control of their actions as they develop their critical thinking skills. Academic Advising approval is required to register for this course.
Nordeen, Lisa, "FSEM1010-26.FSEM: IAS: Going Meta.F16.Nordeen,Lisa" (2016). Syllabi. 11489.
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