Starting in a new school and new classroom brings new opportunities and ways of thinking.
Learning from others: A focus on EYFS pedagogy.
Moving, brilliant, transformative: Those are three words that come to the top of my head when I think about the Great Oracy Exhibition at School 21
When you start to delve into incorporating learning power approaches into your classroom, you begin to realize you can tweak all areas of your practice to cultivate positive learning habits.
Learning Power Kids was created to empower teachers and students. It’s supposed to be a little mine of resources and ideas to begin to build learning power in your classroom with your students.
I’ve just returned from two trips to two incredible schools. Both Ofsted “outstanding” but, more importantly, both deeply invested in improving their children’s life chances
During a recent meeting with Guy Claxton, he mentioned that teachers sometimes find it tricky to thread learning power into teaching modern foreign languages.
Children can then see all the struggles, bumps, successes and failures in the process of learning. By sharing this with them, they are more likely to be able to see their own learning