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Today, we understand quality teaching better than ever. We have skilful teachers doing a great job in our classrooms. But when we have quality teaching and are still not achieving the results we’re looking for, it’s a sign that we don’t have a teaching problem. What we have is a learning problem.
Ultimately, learning is not the product of teaching, it’s the product of the activity of learners. Too many of our students are passive learners who avoid challenges, fail to act on feedback, or who waste effort instead of investing in it. To prepare students to not only succeed in school but also to have the agency they need to succeed in life, we must lead them to become skilful learners.
In his fifth book, James Anderson unveils the concept of ‘Learnership’, which transforms learning from an act to an art. Within these pages you will learn how to:
- evaluate the current level of Learnership in your school using the Learnership Diagnostic tool
- foster a culture of growth that sets students up for success in both school and life
- apply the Mindset Continuum to nurture a growth mindset in your students
- harness deep insights into the pivotal role of challenges, Habits of Mind, mistakes, feedback and effort in cultivating Learnership
- develop more skilful learners in your classroom
- get your teachers on board and skilled in developing Learnership
- drive a Learnership program in your school.
If you are ready to show your learners how to get more out of every learning situation and get better at getting better, it’s time to embrace Learnership.
From John Hattie “I have looked long and hard for a great book on how to include the teaching of learning strategies in the classroom – and finally found it. Anderson uses the latest research coupled with a deep classroom understanding of merging thinking and learning with the curriculum to empower teachers and students with the optimal strategies for success. “