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Book list for leaders
The essential BLP books that every school leader should read, one copy of each.
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Building Learning Habits: Online start
Who for? Schools new to Learning Power where face to face start-ups are not possible, e.g. schools overseas, or tiny schools.
When? Any day of the year! (no In-service day required)
What for? Introduce senior leaders and staff to the principles, frameworks and first step classroom practices of building powerful learners. Enabling staff to hit the ground running when they begin the subsequent online programme.
Online resource pack:
Senior leaders consider strategic implications of the approach. Staff explore the big frameworks and classroom practice of Building Learning Power.
Learning Habits in a Nutshell for all staff, containing a good year’s worth of content.
Building Learning Habits: Training course start
Who for? Schools new to Learning Power.
When? Two days training: in-service days not required.
What for? Introduce building powerful learners to the school, equipping them to use the accompanying online materials.
Two Face-to-face training days: Initial workshops that prepare lead practitioners to lead development across the school
AND … Online programme: Learning Habits in a Nutshell for all staff, containing a good year’s worth of content.
Learning Habits in a Nutshell – Phase 2
Timescale: Approximately one year
Objectives: professional learning communities within your school build Learning Power expertise by using online resources. Guided by best practice thinking in professional development this modular on-line programme organises a consistent school-wide approach to developing students’ learning behaviours.
Learning Habits: At a Glance cards
Timescale: Up to one year
Objectives: Twelve double-sided A3 cards, available as a digital download (pdf), to help teachers infuse the learning power habits into their teaching.
Learning Review Level 3
How well is learning power working for students. An evaluation of the extent to which students are making progress as learners.
Delivery: Face to face
Objectives: An in-depth bespoke review of the impact of learning power on students.
For schools that have been integrating learning power across the school for some time. The review enables the school to assess its progress in establishing deep learning in the classroom and learning character in students.
The Learning Quality Framework
Guides the long-term learning journey of a school that aspires to make world-class learning its prime educational goal. It captures the essence of what a learning school does to ensure that all its people – staff and students – become better learners.
Leading a Learning Powered School
One-day consultancy workshop for senior leaders as schools they begin their engagement in building students’ learning power. It explores the strategic implications of developing a learning powered school.
Learning Review Level 2
How is it going? An analysis of how learning power is being integrated into lessons and how classroom cultures support this change.
Delivery: Face to face
Objectives: The school will gain an objective up-to-date view how the quality of learning has developed in the school and how teachers are enabling young people to learn more effectively.
BLP Activity Bank Key Stage 2–3 (Transition)
Bank of around 300 e-learning resources to engage transition or KS3 students with their learning power. The resources build foundations for deep learning. Ideal for BLP, Growth Mindset, PSHE, and to aid induction into KS3.
Learning Review Level 1
An in-depth review of learning throughout the school, undertaken with a team of staff from the school. For schools at the beginning of their involvement in using learning power. The review offers valuable information on which to base their development.
Introducing Learning Power to Leadership Teams
A half-day or two-hour session enabling strategic leaders to investigate the purpose, scope and versatility of Building Learning Power.