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Making Pupils Metacognitively Wise
Making pupils metacognitively wise

A third way of thinking about learning is to view it as a process of developing expertise. In setting out the implications that this working theory has for teaching in primary classrooms, it may be useful to begin with an illustration taken from the world of the theatre. There are of course links between acting and teaching in that many primary practitioners tend to put on a performance when in front of the class. Within primary schools, generally, there has also been a long-standing tradition of using creative artists and theatre in education groups to stimulate pupils' creativity. In its current form, such activities are supported through Creative Partnerships, sponsored by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, ...

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