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Research School Network: Self-Regulation at a Distance – Modelling Metacognition in Maths Continuing our ​‘Self-Regulation at a Distance’ series, the maths team have produced a series of short videos for students.


Self-Regulation at a Distance – Modelling Metacognition in Maths

Continuing our ​‘Self-Regulation at a Distance’ series, the maths team have produced a series of short videos for students.

The videos that we have shared so far have focused on how teachers can model their own metacognitive processes, to help their students become better self-regulated learners. The brilliant maths team at Durrington have produced a series of short videos for students. These videos show students how to work with Hegarty Maths to help them develop as self-regulated learners. There are six short videos:

1. Being a self-regulated learner – this video explains to students what a self-regulated learner is and isn’t and why it is so important.

2. Setting up for a maths lesson – this video shows students how to get organised for a distance maths lesson, so they everything to hand to support their learning.

3. Planning – this video talks students through how to prepare themselves for a quiz, by making sure they have a good set of notes to work through.

4. Monitoring – this video helps students to understand how they can monitor their progress as they are working through an exercise and what to do if they get stuck.

5. Evaluation – this video shows students how to evaluate how well they have done and what to do in order to fill any gaps in their knowledge.

6. What else can you do? – the final video shows students what to do if they have finished their exercise.

Here are the videos:

1 Being Self Regulated
2 Setting up for a maths lesson
3 Planning
4 Monitoring
5 Evaluating
6 What else can you do

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