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Included in the activity description Metacognitive components of the activity Describing one's thoughts to another person requires the problem-solver to listen and attend to their own thoughts as well. The questions and clarifications that the listener describes is yet another window into the problem-solver's thinking. Metacognitive goals for this activity: Promote reflective thinking, communication skills, better reasoning, listening skills, and better problem-solving and conceptual understanding. Assessing students' metacognition There have been several studies of this instructional strategy. I have used it in my own instruction of mathematics and science for more than 25 years.
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