Metacognitive Skills

Metacognitive skills refer to the ability to think about one's own thinking processes, to monitor and regulate one's own cognitive processes, and to plan and evaluate one's own learning. It involves being aware of one's own strengths and weaknesses, setting goals, and selecting strategies to achieve those goals.

Metacognitive skills are an important aspect of self-regulated learning and can be taught to students through specific strategies and interventions.

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