Feburary 2019

Steve MacNeil has been thinking a lot about how his students are thinking about their thinking in chemistry. Yes, that’s right. The act of thinking or reflecting about one’s own ways of thinking is called metacognition, an area of inquiry within cognitive psychology. While cognition is used to achieve a specific goal, metacognition is used to evaluate if the goal was met and how it was met.

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