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Learning to Learn- The Fourth Generation
In this timely essay Guy Claxton, himself an eminent pioneer in the field of L2L, looks back over the evolution of the idea and assesses the state of the art. Where the early pioneers saw L2L in terms of revision advice and mnemonics, and their successors talked in terms of 'learning styles' and ‘brain-friendly learning’, the science of learning now offers a deeper and more challenging vision. L2L is not just a way of customising a school's traditional offering; it can set young people up - able and average alike - to meet life's challenges with greater confidence and capacity.
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