Susan B. Nolen
Students read and discuss theoretical and research papers from the extensive literature on metacognition. Focuses on defining the concept of metacognition, establishing its range of applicability to educational matters, and becoming familiar with excellent examples of metacognitive research. Prerequisite: graduate status in education or psychology and permission of instructor.
For details beyond the official description, please see the 2007 course webpage (below)
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Seminar discussion of articles, chapters, and so forth.
Successful completion of a course on learning or cognition, e.g., EDPSY 501
Class assignments and grading