Neuromythology or helpful hints?
There are many theories about different learning styles but the actual learning process is the same for everyone. No-one can learn for a person; and how much can be taught is up to the person and their attitude toward learning.
As facilitators, how do we capitalise on learning principles to successfully deliver to students with various learning styles?
This introductory session talks about the following:
Difference between learning theories, learning principles and the learning process
Importance of knowing how to learn – making the core skill of learning explicit for students
Role of motivation, curiosity and fear in learning
Come away with ideas on ways to:
Support learners in building their learning confidence
Foster learner engagement
Maximise use of learning principles and styles to enable the learning process
Recorded - June 2021
Duration - Approx. 20 mins
Access - 14 days from date of purchase
Here's what others who watched this session had to say:
"I definitely connected with what was being said, especially the hidden curriculum. Many thanks!”
“The slideshow was really informative and underpinned Michelle’s fabulous presentation which covered many of my areas of interest. A valuable resource”
“Possibly the most interesting webinar I've been involved with this year”
“This was mostly (to me) a 'door opener' to many more questions and exposure to actual practical strategies to use with struggling learners”
“What a great session! Lots to take in and consider”
SE - Psy of Learning - R
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