“Reflecting: Metacognitive Teaching
for Student Success”

Mays Imad, Pima Community College


Effective teaching doesn’t stop with successful student learning. Educator and social activist professor bell hooks envisioned the classroom is "a location of possibility" where we can cultivate a learning sanctuary for ourselves and our students. For this to happen and for meaningful and responsive teaching to take place, a teacher must consider all aspects of a student: the intellectual, the social, and the emotional. Indeed, taking the time to reflect on students’ experiences and outcomes—not only at the end of the term, but throughout the semester—is central to equity-minded transformative teaching. In this interactive session with Mays Imad (Connecticut College and Pima Community College), participants will engage in a variety of ways to understand the importance of students’ experiences and identify areas and opportunities for improvement.

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