Cheryl Holder, Ed. D. is an educational consultant who works areas of general education standards/curriculum alignment, assessment, special education, social skills training and character education.

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When Research Meets Practice: Using Metacognitive Strategies to Teach Social Skills

Using metacognitive strategies, students can be taught to self-direct, self-monitor, self-evaluate, and self-correct to demonstrate appropriate social behavior. Research has shown improved social skills have a positive impact on academics.

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