Campaign For Learning Policy Briefings

Learning to Learn Conference
Britannia Sachas Hotel, Tib Street , Piccadilly, Manchester M4 1SH 24 April 2008The Campaign defines ‘learning to learn’ as a process of discovery about learning. It involves a set of principles and skills which, if understood and used, help learners learn more effectively and so become learners for life. At its heart is the belief that learning is learnable. To understand more the Campaign has undertaken research in schools which is currently in its 7th year.This conference will look at the research background of learning to learn but will also offer delegates the opportunity to make links with current government policy and agendas. This is a practical conference designed for those wishing to implement learning to learn in their school. Delegates will find out the latest developments in the Learning to Learn agenda including: – Practical learning to learn approaches that are creating motivation and raising achievement in schools across the country
– How learning to learn is a key catalyst in developing your 2020 approach to Personalising Learning
– What part Learning to Learn plays in the Every child Matters outcomes
– Implementing the SEAL framework in the classroom
– Developing a competency based curriculum based on Learning to Learn following changes in KS3 orders
– How learning to learn is the first step to creating independent learners
– The new exciting future of learners with ICT in schools
– Cover Bug – an amazing new system for covering absent teachers and students’ learning to learn.
Speakers include:
Ian Gilbert, Independent Thinking Ltd
Jackie Beere OBE
John Hattersley, Cheshire County Council
Lisa Vernon, Campaign for Learning
The event costs £175 plus VAT. Please click to view the conference flyer.For more information or to book a place, please click here or alternatively visit and follow links for events

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