A Master Class in Independent Learning

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April 27, 2015 by dragonflytraining

TRANSFORMING THE WAY STUDENTS LEARN, PROGRESS AND ACHIEVE

Dragonfly Training

Shifting the emphasis of learning towards students becoming more independent and more willing to work harder than their teacher is never going to be easy. That is why Dragonfly Training are offering you a course that will attempt to aid the process by going through the stages needed to be successful. It is a course that is tailored to your requirements on the day and will be hands-on and interactive. It will also explore the very nature of motivation and how you should improve it- and we will also look at why students learn to be dependent and how we can coax them into taking responsibility for their own learning. The outcome of which will see students self-motivated to progress, achieve and excel.

Aims of the course:

  • Enable teachers to understand the benefits and barriers to learners becoming independent
  • Offer strategies to increase the independence of students
  • Introduce effective and beneficial ideas for making your students work harder than you
  • Provide a totally hands-on day to allow you to confidently put into practice what has been learned the very next day

Find out more! Click on the following link:

http://www.dragonfly-training.co.uk/view/course/2

If you would like to find out more about this course, or other courses that we have available, then please do not hesitate to give us a ring on ​029 2071 1787.

http://www.dragonfly-training.co.uk/hotel-based-courses

 

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