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Metacognitive Skills Strategies


Students develop metacognitive study skills that they can apply in their AP courses, non-AP courses, and, if applicable, adapt for advanced study.


Students possess the skills and belief that they can succeed in the course and on the AP exam.

Action Steps

  • Establish a structured time where students can receive remediation or study skills support.
  • Directly teach students about metacognitive study skills through the linked protocol.
  • Students select 1 – 3 skills they want to practice implementing for two weeks.

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