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Promoting Metacognition by Reflecting with Self Regulated Learning Prompts

Using Journaling -- Reflecting with Self-Regulated Learning Prompts

Dr. Ruth Anne Kuiper, University of North Carolina, USA

This exercise uses journaling to support self-regulatory learning. Students and clinical interns are practiced in the art of situational analysis and reflective self-evaluation. The goal of the exercise is to develop the habit of meta-cognitively monitoring one’s thinking process, a vital attribute of the accomplished critical thinker.

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