Teaching children how to learn is a groundbreaking book offering Primary language teachers a new and practical methodology based on the importance, now universally recognized in curricula around the world, of teaching children how to learn.
Three distinctive parts take teachers through a step-by-step approach to understanding, implementing and reflecting on learning to learn. It shows how learning to learn can be achieved through a “Plan, Do, Do More, Review and Share” routine.
Teaching children how to learn is a rich Teacher Development resource book, combining theory, practical classroom-ready activities, models for teachers, interactive Teacher Development activities, keys and model answers:
- presents the theoretical and methodological concepts of learning to learn
- elaborates a framework of teaching principles for planning and implementing learning to learn systemically and explicitly
- provides teachers with 30 models which enable them to help children learn to learn
- includes ‘Wilbur’s Toolkit’ with over 60 ready to use activity worksheets and record pages. These resources are available online to download and photocopy.
- contains a range of interactive activities to assist teachers in their personal and professional development
- includes a Teacher’s Toolkit with keys, model answers, lesson plans and interactive dialogue with the authors