Creating better, more motivated learners
Students may differ in their academic abilities – but every student can become a better learner – if they are taught some research-proven learning strategies and techniques.
This is the driving idea behind two new and unique practical video training programmes.
Together they create a more active, collaborative class, helping pupils to become more independent, motivated, self-managed learners, which is essential if they are to take advantage of the new Digital School technology.
The author is Colin Rose, a founder-member of the UK Campaign for Learning, who has designed the teaching methodology for the EU-funded Eduscience project.
If you can learn HOW to learn, then all learning becomes natural; if it’s natural, then it’s quicker and if it’s quicker, you can learn more effectively with better results than before.
Complementary materials for TEACHERS and PUPILS
“DID THEY ASK A GOOD QUESTION TODAY?”
“WINNING AT LEARNING”
The series of on-demand professional development videos for TEACHERS shows how to embed learning and thinking strategies into the classroom on a daily basis and within existing lesson plans. It’s an inexpensive INSET day in bite-size sessions.
The companion 90-minute video for STUDENTS teaches the top 10 learning strategies as identified by the largest ever meta-survey of successful learning techniques. It was conducted by Professor John Hattie at Melbourne University and covered no less than 200 million students!