PEDAGOGY and METACOGNITION
According to Livingstone (one of many researchers who say the same thing) 'Metacognition enables us to be successful learners'. Metacognition is thinking about thinking, or learning about learning. In a similar way, Pedagogy is teaching how to teach. I've found this approach to be a brilliant all in one technique so here I am sharing it on a video....
It covers the scientific process - inductively and deductively. It covers a range of constructivist teaching techniques heavily based on collaborative group learning. I think it is important that students know what teachers are trying to do so they can see all the different skills that are learning without even realising it...
1. POGIL step 1 - grouping
2. POGIL step 2 - the worksheet
3. POGIL step 3 - conclusion
Moog, Richard S., and James N. Spencer. "POGIL: An overview." Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) 994 (2008): 1-13.
Prince, Michael. "Does active learning work? A review of the research."Journal of engineering education 93.3 (2004): 223-231.