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WisconsinX: Teaching Critical Thinking & Self-Regulated Learning Skills

Engage and improve your teaching in both critical thinking skills and self-regulated learning skills as cultural scripts. This course is part 3 of a 3-course program.

Teaching Critical Thinking & Self-Regulated Learning Skills
3 weeks
4–6 hours per week
Self-paced
Progress at your own speed
Free
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Starts Apr 15
Ends Oct 5

About this course

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The Teaching Critical Thinking & Self-Regulated Learning Skills course will help you understand what critical thinking and self-regulated learning are and why they matter. You will learn strategies for teaching both critical thinking and self-regulated learning cultural scripts in the college classroom, as well as within our professions and individual backgrounds.

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What you'll learn

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  • Theory of self-regulated learning
  • Different ways that students’ self-regulated learning skills can be shaped by cultural influences and improved via formal instruction
  • How to incorporate self-regulated learning cultural scripts into the planning of one of your courses or lessons using the Cultural Scripts Instructional Framework
  • Key concepts in critical thinking and reasoning
  • Different ways that critical thinking is defined and used across the disciplines and professions
  • How to incorporate critical thinking into the planning of one of your courses or lessons using the Cultural Scripts Instructional Framework

This course is part of Teaching 21st Century Skills in College Courses Professional Certificate Program

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Expert instruction
3 skill-building courses
Self-paced
Progress at your own speed
2 months
4 - 6 hours per week

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