We don’t think you would gain a deep sense of your role in developing students’ Learning Power if we simply provided you with examples of three or four things to do in your classroom. If you were learning to play Scrabble you wouldn’t get far if all you were given to learn were lists of three, four and five letter words. Far better to start straight away by playing ‘Junior Scrabble’, so you get the feel for the whole game, and then build up your sophistication as you play.
So you might think of this course as the junior game of learning power. Here you will find all the key elements you will need to introduce the values and activities of building your students’ learning power.
- Teachers will gain a big picture understanding of how their students can learn better
- Teaching tips and activities to shift your classroom culture to support learners
- Teaching for better learning of content.
- Thought provoking ideas and exemplar practice examples
- Step by step understanding and self paced learning
What teachers say
“A fascinating and thought provoking journey, I’m waiting for the next step!”
– Joe Bloggs
“This should be taught to every new teacher and old!”
– Jane Bloggs