SSIP FY24: HLP # 14 Cognitive & Metacognitive Strategies
September 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Duration: 1 hour
Intended Audience: District Leaders, Early Learning Teachers (Birth-5 yrs), Elementary Teachers, High School Teachers, Instructional Coaches/Coordinators, Middle School Teachers, MTSS Team, School Leaders, Special Education Teachers, Teacher Leaders
Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies to Support Memory, Attention and Self-Regulation
Utilizing cognitive and metacognitive strategies to support memory, attention and self-regulation is a high leverage practice that has evidence to support student success, particularly with struggling learners. This session will discuss the process of implementing these strategies at the secondary level. Resources and tools to support implementation will be discussed as well. Goals: To define cognitive and metacognitive strategies and to model how these strategies are used. To locate resources and tools that support high leverage practices at the secondary level.
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Primary Contact: James Vaughn - James.Vaughn@doe.k12.ga.us
Secondary Contact: Katherine Johnson - Katherine.Johnson@doe.k12.ga.us
DOE Office: Federal Programs
Topics: Special Education, Teacher and Leader Support and Development
Event Type: Event - Single
Delivery Mode(s): Virtual