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Creating independent learners is what every teacher strives for, yet classroom conditions, planning structures and groupings make this endeavour challenging.
Caves, Firesides & Watering Holes:
Using different metaphors for the way in which children learn helps them to understand what is expected of them during this time.
The session explores:
- What 'independent' learning is (and what it is not)
- Three models of independent learning
- How these forms of learning can be used in day-to-day teaching in a range of subjects
Facilitator: Nicholas Garrick
Session lasts 4 hours
Groups of staff
£250 per half day
in your setting
One offer available...
Experienced in one of two ways...
£80 per half day
per person in our venue
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