How can I use writing to help students develop self-regulated learning habits?

Student Writing

Inviting students to engage in brief, self-focused and self-reflective writing activities throughout the semester—ones where the audience for the writing is the students themselves—can do much to support students with developing critical, meta-cognitive, and emotional skills. This TWW Blog, Me, Myself, and I: Inviting Students to Write for Themselves, offers three suggestions for how to integrate self-focused writing activities into your classes.

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