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Design Learning Pioneers

It’s all about the “AND”

When Guy Claxton talks about the Learning Power Approach, he often describes it as “results plus”. Great results, plus the ability and aptitude to be a life-long learner. We can…

Gratitude
Teachers as Learners

How to take gratitude to the next level.

It’s been a while since I’ve written a blogpost! I’ve been busily growing the Learning Pioneers community and blogpost ideas have been coming to me so quickly I haven’t quite…

white space
Design Guest blog

White Space

Guest blogpost, written by Anton de Vries, Learning Power trainer in the Netherlands. Food for thought for those of us returning to school over the next few weeks or months…

Feeding back to parents learning power pioneers

Inquiring by the Fire

Remote learning plotting … Our new situation has plunged us into uncertainty. It has thrown up new ways of thinking, new ways of being. It has knocked us sideways, made…

Think outside the box
Design Feeding back to parents learning power pioneers

The Power of Imagination

This amazing learner loves inventing. This is his car invention. It has a roof, a steering wheel that moves, headlights and windscreen wipers. He planned these ideas himself, listened to…

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Levels of Challenge

Challenge amplifies learning

What if one simple question could amplify the learning in your classroom? We all want our children to be challenged; to stretch themselves, push through their limits, reach to the…

Think outside the box
Collaborative Learning Design Teachers as Learners

Collaboration and deeper thinking

It’s been too long since I have written a blogpost! I’ve been swept up in the inspiring world of #learningpowerpioneers, bouncing incredible Learning Powered ideas between world-leading learning powered minds….

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…

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Teachers as Learners

The “Yes Bus” and the “No Bus”.

Hey Learning Powered minds! It’s just the end of the half term holidays here in Bangkok. It means I have been immersed in nature, which also means my brain has…