“Metacognitive” Teaching; Mastery and Expertise

May 17, 2020 David St. George

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Achieving expertise in piloting requires so many diverse skills and aptitudes it almost defies explanation. In aviation, we point to experts like Sully or Al Haynes (pick your favorite) to model expertise, but we are often frustrated trying to recreate these remarkable attributes in our students. Dr. Gary Kline, an amazing learning psychologist, has patiently … Continue reading "“Metacognitive” Teaching; Mastery and Expertise"

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