A one-day introductory workshop for secondary schools, exploring the practicalities of teaching with deep learning in mind.
How will the school benefit?
The workshop ensures that the key practical messages of learning power are explored by all staff. This gives a firm inclusive base from which to move forward.
How will participants benefit?
The workshop helps participants to:
- Review their current work on learning to learn
- Define current best practice in respect of learning and teaching
- Understand the language of building learning power
- Recognise the value of coaching within a teaching repertoire
- Recognise ways of teaching for learning power.
What does the content include?
- The evolution of learning-to-learn approaches
- The language of Learning Power
- Practical learning challenges for teachers
- A brief introduction to coaching as a teaching approach
- Planning classroom and whole-school approaches to learning
- How learning power fits with the secondary curriculum.
What will TLO provide?
- A facilitator and digital presentation
- A resource book for each participant for use during the day
- Two copies per school of Building Learning Power by Professor Guy Claxton
- Three copies per school of Learning to Learn — The Fourth Generation by Professor Guy Claxton
- An ideal starter for introducing all staff to learning power.
- Up to a maximum of 90 participants (with two trainers).
- Staff with previous experience of learning power approaches may assist in running the day. Such assistance would be reflected in the pricing.