COD 2024 - D820

Metacognition in the Classroom: Activities to Promote Metacognitive Learning

All teachers at primary and secondary school level

6 sessions, start: 04-Mar

Course detail

Year: 2024
Level: Distance
Language: English
Status: No Vancancy
Lugar: Distance
Facilitator/s: Mrs. Romina Paola Cariati MA, Ms. María Barberis
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Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 66000.00
Non affiliate
ARS 66000.00


Sessions Dates Schedule
1 04 March - 10 March 2024 Online session
2 11 March - 17 March 2024 Online session
3 18 March - 24 March 2024 Online session
4 25 March - 31 March 2024 Online session
5 01 April - 07 April 2024 Online session
6 08 April - 14 April 2024 Online session


Romina Paola Cariati

Romina Cariati holds a degree in Education, specialized in Education Management from UNQUI. She is also a Teacher of English from UMSA and holds a post graduate diploma on Socio-educational Programs from the Ministry of Education. She has worked at several bilingual schools and co-founded Westbridge School of English located in Banfield. Since 2011, she has been working with the Thinking Visible approach from Harvard University, Neuroscience applied to education and the Teaching for Understanding framework.
Nowadays, she works as a Thinking Visible Coach, as an Educational Advisor at different institutions and schools, including the Ministry of Education (Bs As Province) and she is deputy head at Grilli Canning College. She is CEO of Universo Orión, a brand she created to foster deep and reflective conversations.

María Barberis

Maria Barberis is a Mg in Education Management from UNSAM and holds a Diploma in ELT Management from Surrey University. She graduated in 1977 from Catholic University of Argentina as a Teacher of English where she then taught Grammar I & II. In 1982, she co - founded Windmill Institute at CABA. For the past twenty five years she worked at Marin School in San Isidro where she performed different managerial positions such as Head of English Department in Primary and Secondary, IBD Coordinator and School Principal. At the moment, she is a teacher trainer and educator for schools as well as for companies.
All teachers at primary and secondary school level
- To discover how metacognitive practice can be used to improve learning.
- To reflect upon the different metacognitive processes our students experience when learning.
- To learn new metacognitive strategies and tools.
- What metacognition is and looks like in the English classroom.
- Planning using metacognitive tools and strategies.
- Metacognition and Assessment.
- Online course consisting of 6 modules which will provide you with plenty of ideas and strategies to take, adopt and adapt to your needs.
- Reflection forums to analyze the strategies shared.
- Active forum participation is desired.
Bibliography and resources will be shared throughout the course.
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