- How and when we learn best
- The new ‘four Rs’ – Resilience, Resourcefulness, Reflectiveness and Reciprocity
- The learning mind
- How teachers can lead others’ learning, by seeing themselves as learning coaches rather than merely purveyors of knowledge
- How building learning power can combat the problems of disaffection, disengagement and disenchantment and increase achievement in tests and examinations
- The skills and understanding that will enable teachers to help young people become better learners
- How building learning power can be practically applied in schools and colleges
Building Learning Power
By Guy Claxton.
International research into how the mind works shows that we are all capable of becoming better learners. Building Learning Power applies this research directly to the work of teachers in classrooms, to provide a practical framework for fostering lifelong learning in all young people.
19 x 0.9 x 23 cm
Building Learning Power 4 domains of learning; Posters
Colourful and student friendly poster set focusing on building emotional engagement, cognitive diversity, social adeptness and strategic awareness..
BLP Activity Banks Twin Package
Package of both the BLP Activity Banks provides two e-learning resources to connect young learners with their learning power.
Building 101 Ways to Learning Power (Kindle edition)
By Maryl Chambers, Graham Powell and Guy Claxton.
This handbook is written for classroom teachers who have been introduced to the idea of learning power, and who are interested in using it in practice.
What’s the Point of School?: Rediscovering the Heart of Education
By Guy Claxton
A powerful and timely examination of why our schools are built to fail, and how to redesign them to meet the needs of the modern world.