Tag: learning to learn

Design Setting the scene Speaking Learnish

What’s trust got to do with it?

Stepping into Trevor MacKenzie’s classroom … I’m just wrapping up a 10-week trip to Canada, sipping on my final Canadian IPA, reflecting on what an epic trip this has been….

Developing Reflection

“You don’t learn from experience, you learn from reflecting on experience.”

Mara Krechevsky, Pedagogy of Play, Project Zero (or maybe John Dewey!) Oh, the joys! We have just had a run of incredible “live” events in PressPlay and Learning Pioneers, including…

Design Feeding back to parents Guest blog

Powering Up Your School

This guest blog post is written by Michelle Forrest of St John Fisher primary school, who recently engaged her staff in their Learning Powered journey. It is being published as…

learning power pioneers

Learning (em)Powered Leadership

After the explosive reaction to #learningpowerpioneers via emails, Twitter and conversations, I’m checking in with the team with a video about leadership. Who are the leaders of this community? Who…

Love to Learn
Behaviour management Ownership Supportive learners

From “Behaviour Management” to “Behaviour Empowerment”

I’m feeling brave today (or foolish?). Thoughts of what a Learning Powered Approach to behaviour looks like have been swirling around my head. I’m using this blog as a way…

Oracy Speaking Learnish Supportive learners

School 21: A moral purpose and a movement

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

Teachers as Learners

Teachers as learners …

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