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Increasing Teachers’ Metacognition Develops Students’ Higher Learning during Content Area Literacy Instruction: Findings from the Read-Write Cycle Project
This article describes one aspect of the Read-Write Cycle (RWC) Project. This article focuses on the RWC Project’s effect on teachers’ metacognition about their own practice leading to upper elementary grade students’ higher learning by developing students’: (1) metacognition and reflection; (2) exploration and depth in content domains; and (3) integration of literacy in content areas. This study pointed to three key areas in which teachers’ metacognition about their own practice lead to an increase in higher order thinking in their respective classrooms.
Updated: Oct. 16, 2012