Building Learning Power

“Since we cannot know what knowledge will be needed in the future, it is senseless to try to teach it in advance. Instead our job must be to turn out young people who love learning so much, and who learn so well, that they will be able to learn whatever needs to be learned.” – John Holt

The Four R's of Learning

Resilience - The emotional aspect

Being ready, willing and able to lock onto learning.

Resourcefulness - The cognitive aspect

Being ready, willing and able to learn in different ways.
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Reflectiveness - The strategic aspect

Being ready, willing and able to become more strategic about learning.

Reciprocity - The social aspect

Being ready, willing and able to learn alone and with others.

Explore the learning characters the children identify with at school

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