Metacognitive Questioning

Metacognitive questioning is a technique used by teachers to help students actively reflect on their learning process. It involves asking students questions that encourage them to think about how they learn, what they already know, and what they need to do to improve their understanding of a topic.

Metacognitive questioning can help students develop metacognitive habits, which are essential for becoming self-sufficient learners. By reflecting on their learning process, students can identify gaps in their knowledge, solidify concepts, and develop strategies for learning new material more effectively.

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