Date of Award
Creative Studies, M.S.
Center for Studies in Creativity
Metacognition is described as the awareness of one’s own cognitive processes, as well as the ability to regulate them. This Master’s project provides an insight into how metacognition can be integrated into a Creative Problem Solving training with the aim of enhancing the participants’ understanding of relevant strategies employed in the context of creative thinking, enabling them to accelerate the application of their learning outside the training environment. A toolkit for metacognitive instruction within a CPS training is provided, consisting of specific tools as well as guidelines and suggestions for the trainer.
Packham, Anna, "Fostering Metacognition in CPS Training – Tools and Techniques" (2017). Creative Studies Graduate Student Master's Projects. 270.