How we think about thoughts is composed of metacognitive knowledge - our understanding of our thinking and learning, metacognitive regulation - strategies and practices that control our learning, and metacognitive experiences - thoughts and feelings while learning something.
- Tools for networked thought as an example of metacognitive regulation
- Journaling and note taking with org-roam as a tool for metacognition
- Research paper on metacognition
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Like software bugs, strategy bugs are a failure of understanding of how the real world and what you created. Also similarly, they have varying degrees of severity—some which should be solved right away and some which can slowly accumulate without significant harm.
The notion that “the limits of my language mean the limits of my world” (Ludwig Wittgenstein) is only partially true. To a young developing mind, delays in language development hinder math (it’s hard to count above 5 without words for it) and inferring other people’s thoughts—as is the case with some deaf children. However, adults that lose their language facilities (global aphasia) do not lose other cognitive functions such as the ability to do math, theory of mind, music, and more.