In Wise-Up, he looks at the full mental processes of learning-not only the "slow" ones-and teaches how to acquire, hone, and expand those qualities and skills.
Author: Guy Claxton
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
It had been thought that learning was a matter of intelligence or diligence, that differences in achievement were due to "ability" or "effort." The new science of learning suggests that learning power can be enormously increased. It shows that the brain will deliver mastery of complex environments without supervision by the conscious, rational mind. Indeed, thinking too hard can get in the way of practical learning. In the author's best-selling Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind, he described the new skills of learning and focused on the three "slow" processes of intuition, contemplation and creativity. In Wise-Up, he looks at the full mental processes of learning-not only the "slow" ones-and teaches how to acquire, hone, and expand those qualities and skills.
READING 7.7 Learning and the development of resilience ' Guy Claxton Guy
Claxton has constructed an analysis of how young learners need to develop ...
Edited from : Claxton , G. ( 1999 ) Wise Up : The Challenge of Lifelong Learning .
Author: Andrew Pollard
Publisher: A&C Black
This unique book provides the reader with a mini-library of over one hundred readings containing: --both classic and contemporary readings--international contributors--material drawn from books and journalsAn essential reference resource in its own right, Readings for Reflective Teaching also contains numerous cross-references to Andrew Pollards Reflective Teaching.
Chapters examine models of lifelong learning, the neurobiological bases for
learning across the life span, developing ... The fifth section focuses on emerging
issues and challenges. Chapters ... Wise up: The challenge of lifelong learning.
Author: Manuel London
Publisher: Oxford University Press
One of the "Best Books of 2011" from the Center for Optimal Adult Development Amid fluctuations in today's job markets and economies, the importance of learning across the lifespan has become a point of emphasis for governments and employers throughout the world. The Oxford Handbook of Lifelong Learning is a comprehensive and interdisciplinary examination of the theory and practice of lifelong learning, encompassing perspectives from human resources development, adult learning, psychology, career and vocational learning, management and executive development, cultural anthropology, the humanities, and gerontology. Individual chapters address the most relevant topics on the subject, including: - continuous learning as it relates to technological, economic, and organizational changes - developmental theories and research, models of lifelong learning, and the neurological bases for learning across the lifespan - examples of learning programs, tools, and technologies, with a focus on corporate programs and business education - international perspectives on lifelong learning and learning across cultures - assessment of learning needs and outcomes This comprehensive and forward-thinking handbook is an important resource -- both personal and professional -- for students, scholars, and for practitioners in the fields of training and development, human resource management, continuing education, instructional technology, professional development, and organizational psychology.
Claxton, G (1999) Wise up: the challenge of lifelong learning. London:
Bloomsbury. Coghlan, D and Brannick, T (2004) Doing action research in your
own Organisation (2nd edn). London: Sage. Cunliffe, A (2004) On becoming a
Author: Susan Wallace
This book provides an overview of the Lifelong Learning Sector while also helping students engage with professional writing. Each chapter in the book is presented as an independently authored 'paper' concentrating on a key theme, including professionalism, reflective practice and how previous experience can shape teaching. Guidance and discussion notes follow to help the reader evaluate the writing and approach, and activities are included to develop the readers' own professional skills in reading and writing. This is an invaluable text for all those working towards QTLS, covering key content, demystifying academic writing, and encouraging reflective reading and practice.
BLP is an evidence-based programme which followed on from the findings of his
2001 book Wise Up: The challenge of lifelong learning, in which Claxton
researched the different worldwide methodologies of applying ways of 'learning
Author: Karl Aubrey
" I expect that this book will equip and inspire students to engage first-hand with the texts of these creative and influential educational writers."-David Aldridge, Programme Lead: Professional Education, Oxford Brookes University If you’re training to teach or studying education a clear understanding of major educational theories and the thinkers behind them is essential in order to appreciate how different practices impact on learning. This textbook gives you a clear overview of the most influential twentieth and twenty-first century thinkers on education, including established names (including Vygotsky, Bruner, Dewey), more recent writers (such as Freire, Kolb, Claxton) and many other important theorists whose writings have helped shaped our views on teaching and learning. Each chapter includes: Practical examples showing how theories can be used to inform classroom teaching Critiques of each theorist exploring opposing viewpoints and the strengths and weaknesses of different ideas Reflective tasks inviting you to apply what you’ve read to your own educational experiences Did you know about the exciting new companion title? Take students to the next level in learning theories - take a look at companion title Understanding and Using Challenging Educational Theories
Edited from: Claxton, G. (1999) Wise Up: The Challenge of Lifelong Learning.
Stoke-onTrent: Network Press, 331–3. As the world moves into the age of
uncertainty, nations, communities and individuals need all the learning power
they can get ...
Author: Jennifer Colwell
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Readings for Reflective Teaching in Early Education is a unique portable library of exceptional readings drawing together seminal extracts and contemporary literature from international sources from books and journals to support both initial study and extended career-long professionalism for early years practitioners. Introductions to each reading highlight the key issues explored and explain the status of classic works. This book, along with the core text and associated website, draw upon the work of Andrew Pollard, former Director of the TLRP, and the work of many years of accumulated understanding of generations of early years practitioners, primary school teachers and educationalists. Readings for Reflective Teaching in Early Education, the core text, Reflective Teaching in Early Education, and the website, provide a fully integrated set of resources promoting the expertise of early years professionals. The associated website, www.reflectiveteaching.co.uk offers supplementary resources including reflective activities, research briefings and advice on further readings. It also features a glossary of educational terms, links to useful websites and showcases examples of excellent research and practice. This book forms part of the Reflective Teaching series, edited by Andrew Pollard and Amy Pollard, offering support for reflective practice in early, primary, secondary, further, vocational, university and adult sectors of education.
Learning. and. the. development. of. resilience. Guy. Claxton. Guy Claxton has
constructed an analysis of how young learners need to develop positive learning
... Edited from: Claxton, G. (1999) Wise Up: The Challenge of Lifelong Learning.
Author: Andrew Pollard
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Readings for Reflective Teaching in Schools provides a portable library of over a hundred readings to support teacher education and professional development. Extensively updated since earlier editions, the book concisely introduces both classic and contemporary research and understanding on teaching and learning. The selection reflects current issues and concerns in education and has been designed to support school-led teacher education as well as a wide range of school–university partnership arrangements. Uniquely, two types of reading are provided: - summaries enabling easy access to evidence on key classroom issues – including relationships, behaviour, curriculum planning, teaching strategies and assessment processes; - analyses of deeper forms of understanding about teaching and learning processes, to support the development of expertise throughout a teaching career. This collection of readings is edited by Andrew Pollard, former Director of the UK's Teaching and Learning Research Programme, with the advice of primary and secondary specialists from the University of Cambridge. Readings for Reflective Teaching in Schools is part of a fully integrated set of resources for primary and secondary education. Reflective Teaching in Schools focuses on how to achieve high-quality teaching and learning. By design, it offers both practical support for effective practice and routes towards deeper expertise. The website, reflectiveteaching.co.uk, offers supplementary resources including reflective activities, research briefings, advice on further reading and additional chapters. It also features a glossary, links to useful websites, and a conceptual framework for deepening expertise. This book is one of the Reflective Teaching Series – inspiring education through innovation in early years, schools, further, higher and adult education.
Author: Henny P.A. BoshuizenPublish On: 2006-04-11
Our new model of professional learning defining professionalism in a dynamic
way, as continuously working on vision, methodology and tools and techniques,
and the alignment between these ... Wise up: the challenge of life long learning.
Author: Henny P.A. Boshuizen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
About the Book Series The idea for the Book Series “Innovation and Change in Professional Education” (ICPE) was born in 1996. While working on another publication in this area, we noticed that professional educators faced similar problems without even knowing from each other. It was this observation that resulted in examining the possibilities for a new publication platform about professional education with input from different professions. We wanted to develop a publication source that would bring together educators and researchers to exchange ideas and knowledge about theory, research and professional practice. But we were not only striving for a book series informing readers about important themes in the professions. A second goal was to focus on processes of change and innovation. We were heavily involved in innovations going on in our institutions, and were convinced that a better understanding was needed in a wide range of issues critically important to the future of professional education. It was our belief that scholarly publications about innovation processes may support fundamental change in professional education. ICPE reflects our view that professional education deserves such a publication platform. It aims to approach critical questions of educational innovations, and to examine dynamics of educational change in various professional domains in the context of innovation processes. The books will include contributions from frontline practitioners, leading researchers, or distinguished scholars in professional education, delivering reports of empirical or theoretical research, reviews, interpretations of evaluation studies, or descriptions of innovative approaches.
—(2011) 'Young children reflecting on their learning: teachers' conversation
strategies', Early Years, 31(3), 209–10. Carr, M. and Claxton, G. (2002) ... Claxton
, G. (1999) Wise Up: The Challenge of Lifelong Learning. London: Bloomsbury.
Author: Jennifer Colwell
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Reflective Teaching in Early Education is the definitive textbook for reflective professionals in early education, drawing on the experience of the author team and the latest research, including the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) findings. It offers extensive support for both undergraduate and postgraduate students and career-long professionalism for early years practitioners working in pre-schools, child care settings and the first years of primary schools. Written by a collaborative author team of leading early years educationalists and practitioners led by Jennifer Colwell, Reflective Teaching in Early Education offers two levels of support: - comprehensive, practical guidance for practitioner success with a focus on key issues such as building relationships, communication, behaviour, inclusion, curriculum planning and learning, and teaching strategies; and - evidence-informed 'principles' and 'concepts' to aid understanding of the theories informing practice, offering ways to develop deeper understanding of early years practice in early childhood education and care. Reflective activities, case studies, diagrams and figures, end-of-chapter summaries and research briefings are provided throughout. This book, along with the companion reader and associated website, draw upon the work of Andrew Pollard, former Director of the TLRP, and the work of many years of accumulated understanding of generations of early years practitioners, primary school teachers and educationalists. The team includes: Early Years Educationalists: Jennifer Colwell (University of Brighton, UK) | Helen Beaumont (Early Years Advisor, Brighton, UK) | Helen Bradford and Holly Linklater (University of Cambridge, UK) | Julie Canavan, Denise Kingston and Sue Lynch (University of Brighton, UK) | Catriona McDonald and Sheila Nutkins (University of Aberdeen, UK) | Tim Waller (Anglia Ruskin University, UK) Early Years Practitioners: Emma Cook, Sarah Ottwell and Chris Randall (Oneworld Nursery, Brighton, UK) with staff from One World Nursery and Phoenix Nursery (Brighton, UK) Readings for Reflective Teaching in Early Education directly compliments and extends the chapters of this book. It has been designed to provide convenient access to key texts, working as a compact and portable library. The associated website, www.reflectiveteaching.co.uk offers supplementary resources including reflective activities, research briefings and advice on further readings. It also features a glossary of educational terms, links to useful websites and showcases examples of excellent research and practice. This book forms part of the Reflective Teaching series, edited by Andrew Pollard and Amy Pollard, offering support for reflective practice in early, primary, secondary, further, vocational, university and adult sectors of education.
Claxton, G. (1999) Wise Up: The Challenge of Lifelong Learning. London:
Bloomsbury. Claxton, G. (2004) Building 101 Ways to Learning Power. Bristol:
TLO. Claxton, G. (2011) Building Learning Power: Helping Young People
Become Better ...
Author: Andrew Pollard
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The book you can trust to guide you through your teaching career, as the expert authors share tried and tested techniques in both primary and secondary settings. For this new edition Andrew Pollard has worked with the same core author team to bring you expert guidance from top practitioners, in the form of a text that is both cohesive and that continues to evolve to meet the needs of today's teachers. It is designed for trainees whether in universities or schools (such as School Direct, SCITT). Reflective Teaching in Schools uniquely provides two levels of support: - practical, evidence-based guidance on key classroom issues – including relationships, behaviour, curriculum planning, teaching strategies and assessment - evidence-informed 'principles' and 'concepts' to help you continue developing your skills. New to this edition: - 10 Lesson Study cases illustrate the impact this approach can have on classroom teaching, whether in a city Primary School or rural Secondary Academy - 10 Toolkit Evidence summaries based on the Sutton Trust-EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit cover topics like collaborative learning - New Reflective Activities and guidance on Key Readings at the end of each chapter - Updates to reflect recent changes in curriculum and assessment across the UK reflectiveteaching.co.uk provides a treasure trove of additional support. It now includes a new chapter on mentoring, a glossary to help decipher the difference between IEP and LAP, and much more.
Development and Learning in Organizations, 17(4), 16–19. Berger, J. (2006)
Adult development theory and executive coaching practice. In: D. Stober and A.
Grant ... Claxton, G. (1999) Wise-Up: The Challenge of Lifelong Learning.
Author: Jonathan Passmore
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A state-of-the-art reference, drawing on key contemporary research to provide an in-depth, international, and competencies-based approach to the psychology of coaching and mentoring. Puts cutting-edge evidence at the fingertips of organizational psychology practitioners who need it most, but who do not always have the time or resources to keep up with scholarly research Thematic chapters cover theoretical models, efficacy, ethics, training, the influence of emerging fields such as neuroscience and mindfulness, virtual coaching and mentoring and more Contributors include Anthony Grant, David Clutterbuck, Susan David, Robert Garvey, Stephen Palmer, Reinhard Stelter, Robert Lee, David Lane, Tatiana Bachkirova and Carol Kauffman With a Foreword by Sir John Whitmore
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twice - exceptional learner . Roeper Review , 22 ... London : Fourth Estate Ltd .
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Author: Tom Balchin
A guide to the new ideas and controversies that are informing gifted education discussion and policy-making around the world. It highlights strategies to support giftedness in children, providing ideas that work and weeding out those that don't. It is suitable for students and researchers alike.
7 Claxton G . Wise - Up : The Challenge of Lifelong Learning . New York :
Bloomsbury , 1999 . 8 Davis DA , O ' Brien MA , Freemantle NA , et al . Impact of
formal continuing medical education : do conferences , workshops , rounds and
Author: Sharon E. Straus
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
The accompanying CD-ROM contains clinical examples, critical appraisals and background papers.
... them when learning gets stuck ; and in general to manage yourself as a learner
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Notes [ 1 ] The title of the film The Karate Kid formed the basis of the term Karate
Kid learning because , during the film , the character named ... Claxton , G. ( 1999
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, A , Brown , J . and Newman , S . ( 1989 ) Cognitive apprenticeship : teaching the
crafts of reading , writing and mathematics , in Resnick , 1 . ( ed ) Knowing ...
Author: Liz Thomas
Publisher: Trentham Books Limited
'Personal Tutoring in Higher Education' examines the pressures on traditional models of personal tutoring & sets this against the benefits of greater interaction & engagement to support students as they make the transition into higher education & progress through it successfully.
In an ever - changing world we need to carry on learning throughout our lives ,
and how we do so is critically important . My strong hunch is that ... Claxton , G . (
1999 ) Wise Up : The Challenge of Lifelong Learning . London : Bloomsbury .
Author: Anna Craft
Publisher: Burns & Oates
The UK Government's publication of All our Futures: Culture, Creativity and Education has started a discussion about fostering creativity in education. Literature on creativity has made two assumptions: that we can learn about creativity by focussing on the work of geniuses; and creativity is the preserve of the arts, rather than the concern of the curriculum as a whole. This examination offers a guide to issues of practice, pedagogy and policy concerned with creative eduction.
Changing Policy and Practice in Primary Education Andrew Pollard, Pat Triggs.
Practice and Social Product . London : Falmer ... London : Routledge . Claxton , G
. ( 1999 ) Wise Up : The Challenge of Lifelong Learning . London : Bloomsbury .
Author: Andrew Pollard
Publisher: Burns & Oates
The American river has a rich literary heritage, extending from Twain and Thoreau to the more recent journeys of John Graves and Jonathan Raban. Following in this great tradition, Franklin Burroughs chronicles a canoe voyage through the Carolinas, visiting his ancestral homeland and the people who inhabit the banks of the Waccamaw River. His account of this distinctive and rapidly disintegrating backwater reflects on life on and off the river, topography, and how this landscape echoes in the speech, memories, and circumstances of the people he encounters. Their lives provide a kind of living archaeology, and Burroughs's careful descriptions of their voices and habits open a door into history. As quiet and powerful as a river itself, this is a wise and beautifully written narrative of nature, people, and place by one of America's finest writers.