MET:Cognitive Apprenticeship

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This page was originally authored by David Macdonald (2007).
This page has been revised by Brian Barenscott (2008).
This page will be revised by Kelly Kerrigan for her major wiki entry (2009)

Cognitive apprenticeship is a pedagogical strategy where the learners are guided by an "expert" useing modeling, scaffolding, and group social interaction techniques to develop cognitive tools while solving challenging, yet managable, problems set within real-world situations.

Cognitive Apprenticeship: Benefits and Limitations

Components of Cognitive Apprenticeship: Modeling by David Macdonald

Examples/External Links of Cognitive Apprenticeship lessons