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Teachers are offered practical advice for using metacognition, which the research evidence suggests can boost pupils’ progress by seven months. Pete Henshaw takes a look        

Schools should abandon “learning to learn” or “thinking skills” sessions and instead aim to teach metacognition in conjunction with subject-specific content.

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