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July 3, 2024

Learning Logs as a Processing Tool

The use of learning logs to process learning, metacognitively, helps students know the “what,” “why,” and “how” of learning. With opportunities to think, write, speak, listen, and read, learning logs can be used with most grade levels and in various content areas.

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How can you incorporate learning logs in your classroom or professional practice?
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