Creating independent learners.
This course explores the differences between ‘passive’ and ‘active’ learning, the benefits of the latter and examines
teaching techniques which promote active learning easily.
‘Active’ does not necessarily mean ‘movement’, but does imply collaborative groupwork and particular ways of setting up the learning environment to promote independent learning
Come and learn how to extend your teaching techniques.
- Create a high-impact and fun learning environment
- Develop pupils’ independent learning skills
- Take away 22 practical activities to use in the classroom
- Frame powerful questions to stimulate pupils’ thinking and doing
- Improve your assessment of ongoing learning
- Improve your use of group work
- Increase pupil self-assessment of their own learning
- Improve the quality of questioning by pupils
- Increase pupil engagement and motivation
“Lots of audience participation & excellent ideas from the group.”
“So many new ideas.”
“An opportunity to evaluate new ideas first hand.”
To book a training event, please call 07968 831 660 to speak directly to David Thomson, or click the button below.
“Better never ends” W E Demming