Throughout this course we will be discussing the learning outcomes you will be mastering in reference to the metaliteracy learning domain that they fall under.
The following is a short key & description to help you understand which domain the outcomes covered in each section fall under – indicated by the letter(s) in brackets after each outcome description:
- Affective – what you feel during and after learning
- Behavioral – what you can do after learning
- Cognitive – what you know after learning takes place
- Metacognitive – your reflection on your own learning
These domains will be defined and discussed further as you progress through the content in this module.
- Understand metaliteracy and its components (C)
- See oneself as a metaliterate learner (M, A)
- Apply principles of metaliteracy conscientiously to your learning (B)
By the end of this section, you will be able to:
- Describe the importance of being a metaliterate learner
- Analyze how you use the metaliteracy learning domains and which ones you need to strengthen
- Identify the metaliterate learner roles you are comfortable with and two you would like to add to your repertoire.