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metacognitive

[ met-uh-kog-ni-tiv ]
/ ˌmɛt əˈkɒg nɪ tɪv /
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adjective
having to do with metacognition, high-level thinking that enables understanding: The students are disengaged from the curriculum, and they have not gained a metacognitive understanding of the material.
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Origin of metacognitive

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How to use metacognitive in a sentence

  • “It’s a powerful thing to point on your resume, so you’re not just saying you have Microsoft Excel skills, but that you’ve also taken the time to understand and improve your metacognition,” says Akhila Satish, CEO of Meseekna.

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