The Education Endowment Foundation have released a new video from their ‘Voices from the Classroom’ series.

This time Kirten Mould is talking about secondary SENCo and EEF learning behaviours. The purpose of metacognition and self-regulation approaches is to help pupils think about their own learning more explicitly. Supporting pupils to do this often involves discrete teaching of specific strategies for planning, monitoring and evaluating, whether that is writing essays in history or speaking German in MFL. Classroom practices are usually designed to give students a repertoire of strategies to choose from and the skill to select the one that is most suitable in the context of the given learning task.

Read more and watch the video on the EEF’s website.