Launch Price: £9.99
Regular Price: £19.99
This printable booklet is for use in tutor groups/form groups and provides daily metacognition & self-regulated learning reflection exercises on a week-by-week basis. It's perfect if you're a forum tutor who works with students aged 11-16 each day, or if you are in a leadership position looking for a straightforward whole-school metacognitive strategy.
The booklet is ready to print: we've included easy-print .pdf files (as well as an editable Word version) allowing you to easily print 10, 20 or 40 week versions of the booklet depending on your needs. The 40-week version allows for regular student reflection every day for the entire school year!
The purpose of this daily journal is threefold:
- To boost students' learning-power: increasing their overall capacity for learning over-time.
- To encourage students to be a reflective learners who constantly monitor and evaluate their approach to learning and problem-solving
- To encourage students to be self-regulating learners: who plan, improve and steer their own learning journeys
Throughout this journal students are encouraged to regularly plan, monitor, evaluate and regulate their learning journey and there is a clear emphasis on target setting throughout.
Using the journal is simple: students complete one task per day, each day of the week. There is a weekly mind-map task for students to add to each day. Daily discussion questions, for when students have finished the main activity, will help students to reflect on how to boost their learning power!
Learning Power Journal
Focus: Self-Regulated Learning, Metacognition & Metacognitive Strategies
Main Aim: To foster reflective and self-regulated learning using daily self-activities, discussions & exercises in form-groups/tutor-groups
Designed for students aged 11-16
WinZip (we recommend: 7-Zip or WinRar)
Windows 7+, 1.5GHZ, 1GB RAM
File Formats: .doc (Microsoft Word), .pdf, & .zip
Contains an A4 printable workbook (.pdf)
Copyrighted by The Global Metacognition Institute (2019)
Strictly not for re-distribution outside of your own school.