The Learning Power Approach (LPA) event takes place tomorrow!

05 February 2018

Identifying the middle way, taking the best from the traditional and progressive ways of teaching.

  • Distilled pioneering approaches to teaching

  • Draw on a wide range of cognitive, social and neuroscientific research

Examples and techniques drawn from:

  • Expeditionary learning

  • Cultures of thinking

  • Studio learning

  • Habits of mind

  • Building learning power

  • The design principles for developing a high-achieving, independent mindset: Developing ˜world-class™ schools: Guest speakers at this event include on of our authors, Guy Claxton - Click here to find out more information on his book ˜The Learning Power Approach™.

  • Clarify the difference between Learning Mode and Performance Mode

  • Design activities that strengthen learning power

  • Why it is important to talk subjunctive rather than declarative

  • How to lay out your classroom, and what you should put on your walls

  • Build character

  • Focus deliberately, systematically, effectively and demonstrably on building ˜learning character™ alongside the acquisition of knowledge and the pursuit of grades

  • Enable students to choose, design, research, trouble-shoot and evaluate learning for themselves

  • Powerful alterations to atmospheres in the classroom

Click here for more information on this event and the chance to book your place now!

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