The A Level Mindset Student Workbook

40 Activities for Transforming Commitment, Motivation and Productivity (Sold in packs of 25)

By: Martin Griffin , Steve Oakes


£95.00


Size: 297mm x 210mm

Pages : 100

ISBN : 9781785830792

Format: Paperback

Published: March 2016


Successful students approach their studies with the right behaviours, skills and attitudes: they understand how to learn and revise effectively, they’re determined and organised, they give more discretionary effort and they get top results. Success at A level is a result of character, not intelligence.

The A Level Mindset Student Workbook offers students a structured way to work through the 40 activities in The A Level Mindset (ISBN 978-178583024-2) by Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin. It coaches students to develop the key characteristics which will help them be successful at A level: vision, effort, systems, practice and attitude. With space for students to record and reflect on their answers, along with plenty of advice for improvement and self-development based on the authors’ experience as heads of a successful sixth form, the student workbook is an essential tool to help students with their time management, commitment, motivation and study habits – which will ultimately help them achieve.

Sold in packs of 25, the workbook sets are ideally suited for A level class teachers, and heads of sixth forms or colleges, who want their classes to benefit from the A level mindset and are using The A Level Mindset.


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Martin Griffin

Martin Griffin has 20 years’ experience teaching post-16 students, and has been a head of faculty, assistant head teacher and deputy head teacher. He was the director of sixth form at The Blue Coat School and now works with schools and colleges to design and implement character development and mindset programmes.


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Steve Oakes

Steve Oakes has 20 years of experience as a teacher in the UK and the UAE. Prior to his current position, Steve was the assistant director of sixth form at The Blue Coat School in Oldham, where he worked with his co-author, Martin Griffin, for eight years. He is currently the founding head of sixth form at Hartland International School, Dubai.


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