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How We Learn - Learning + Teaching (Scotland) - Parts 6 - 10


How We Learn - Learning + Teaching (Scotland) - Parts 6 - 10
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6. How we learn: Differences

Find out about different learning styles including differences, and the implications for learning and teaching.There is a focus on improving the academic achievement of boys, and more about the concepts of multiple intelligences and learning styles explored by international experts.

Videos
01 - About intelligence
02 - Difference_ closing the gender
03 - Gender and learning
04 - Growing intelligence_ Ian Smith
05 - How are you intelligent__ Brian
06 - Intelligence in the wild_ David
07 - Intelligence is learnable_ David
08 - Intelligence is not fixed_ Brian
09 - Interdisciplinary learning_ Brian
10 - Learning styles
11 - Learning to be learners_ St Patrick`s primary school
12 - Meeting the learning needs of young people
13 - Personalised learning_ Dylan Wiliam
14 - The gender debate_ Brian Boyd
15 - The learning styles debate_ Brian Boyd
16 - Understanding differences in learning

7. How we learn: Assessment for Learning

This collection of videos explores how assessment can be an integral part of learning through sharing learning intentions and success criteria. There are practical examples of using formative assessment, target trees and encouraging autonomous learning with self and peer assessment.

Videos
01 The ?Big Task?_ what the parent
02 The ?Big Task?_ what the young people learned
03 A target tree_ Gylemuir Primary
04 Assessing thinking skills_ Carol
05 Assessment for learning
06 Assessment for learning_ Dylan
07 Assessment strategies_ Dylan
08 Assessment_ an integral part of learning
09 Assessment_ autonomous learners
10 Assessment_ modelling for learners
11 Autonomous learners_ Dylan Wiliam
12 Collaborative learning_ Dylan Wiliam
13 Developing formative assessment
14 Difference_ closing the gender
15 Feedback on learning_ Dylan Wiliam
16 Formative assessment_ Dylan Wiliam
17 Formative assessment_ St Patric
18 How can I reflect on that__ Bri
19 Learning outcomes in early years
20 Metacognition_ Dylan Wiliam
21 Metacognition_ Stephen Heppell
22 Self and peer assessment_ Dylan
23 The gender debate_ Brian Boyd

8. How we learn: Digital Learning

Information and communication technology (ICT) changes the way we think and learn. These videos look at how children learn with digital technologies, the opportunites they offr to engage children and young people in learning, and the concept of digital literacy.

Videos
01 A revolution of voice_ Stephen
02 An age of learning_ Stephen Hep
03 Changing literacies_ Stephen He
04 Creative use of ICT_ Cauldeen P
05 Creativity of groups_ David Wei
06 Creativity through technology_
07 Digital Learning_ joined up lea
08 Digital learning_ pods and blog
09 Digital Learning_ the potential
10 Emerging technologies_ Stephen
11 ICT and learning_ Stephen Heppe
12 Meeting the learning needs of y
13 Metacognition_ Stephen Heppell
14 Online learning communities_ St
15 Schools of the future_ Stephen
16 Skills for the 21st century_ Gy
17 Social learning_ David Weinberg
18 Technology and learning
19 Where knowledge lives_ David

9. How we learn: Leading Education Thinkers

We are always finding out more about how the brain works and how people learn. In these videos, leading experts shae their knowledge in this area, explain the latest developments in the research and look at how Scotich education can use this information.

Videos
01 A curriculum for thinking_ Caro
02 A framework for thinking_ Carol
03 A learning classroom_ Brian Boy
04 A revolution of voice_ Stephen
05 About motivation_ Alan McLean
06 An age of learning_ Stephen Hep
07 Assessing thinking skills_ Caro
08 Assessment for learning_ Dylan
09 Assessment strategies_ Dylan Wi
10 Autonomous learners_ Dylan Wili
11 Changing literacies_ Stephen He
12 Collaborative learning_ Dylan W
13 Collaborative thinking_ Carol M
14 Concentration and memory_ Brian
15 Confidence and self-esteem_ Car
16 Creating confident learners_ Ca
17 Creative thinking_ Carol McGuin
18 Creativity and stickability_ Br
19 Creativity of groups_ David Wei
20 Creativity through technology_
21 Creativity_ Dylan Wiliam
22 Developing thinking at home
23 Emerging technologies_ Stephen
24 Emotions and learning_ Dylan Wi
25 Feedback on learning_ Dylan Wil
26 Fixed and growth minutesdsets_ Caro
27 Formative assessment_ Dylan Wil
28 Fostering creativity_ Ian Smith
29 Growing intelligence_ Ian Smith
30 Handling failure_ Brian Boyd
31 How are you intelligent__ Brian
32 How can I reflect on that__ Bri
33 ICT and learning_ Stephen Heppe
34 Intelligence in the wild_ David
35 Intelligence is learnable_ Davi
36 Intelligence is not fixed_ Bria
37 Intelligence_ Sergio Della Sall
38 Interdisciplinary learning_ Bri
39 Learned optimism_ Carol Craig (
40 Learning and the brain_ Sergio
41 Metacognition_ Dylan Wiliam (Le
42 Metacognition_ Stephen Heppell
43 Mind myths - Sergio Della Sala
44 Motivating learners_ Ian Smith
45 Motivation is the new disciplin
46 Motivational drivers_ Alan McLe
47 Neuromyths_ Brian Boyd
48 Neuroscience_ Sergio Della Sala
49 Online learning communities_ St
50 Permission to be creative_ Bria
51 Personalised learning_ Dylan Wi
52 Positive minutesdsets_ David Perkin
53 Schools of the future_ Stephen
54 Self-efficacy_ Dylan Wiliam
55 Self and peer assessment_ Dylan
56 Social learning_ David Weinberg
57 Teachers and thinking styles
58 Teaching thinking skills_ Carol
59 The 3 As of motivation_ Alan Mc
60 The case for thinking skills_ C
61 The gender debate_ Brian Boyd
62 The learning styles debate_ Bri
63 The motivating teacher_ Alan Mc
64 The skill of thinking_ Edward d
65 Thinking and metacognition_ Car
66 Thinking with what you know_ Da
67 Types of thinking_ Carol McGuin
68 Understanding_ Sergio Della Sal
69 Where knowledge lives_ David We
70 Whole brain thinkers_ Brian Boy

10. How we learn: Thinking

This collection explores thinking skills and metacognition. Examples from Scottish schools at teaching philosophy from the early years through primary to secondary education and using Feuerstein enrichment programme.

Videos
01 A curriculum for thinking_ Caro
02 A framework for thinking_ Carol
03 Assessing thinking skills_ Caro
04 Collaborative thinking_ Carol M
05 Creative thinking_ Carol McGuin
06 Developing thinking at home
07 Developing thinking skills
08 Fixed and growth minutesdsets_ Caro
09 Growing intelligence_ Ian Smith
10 How can I reflect on that__ Bri
11 Intelligence in the wild_ David
12 Intelligence is learnable_ Davi
13 Intelligence is not fixed_ Bria
14 Learning to be learners_ St Pat
15 Metacognition_ Dylan Wiliam (Le
16 Metacognition_ Stephen Heppell
17 Permission to be creative_ Bria
18 Positive minutesdsets_ David Perkin
19 Teachers and thinking styles_ C
20 Teaching thinking skills_ Carol
21 The case for thinking skills_ C
22 The skill of thinking_ Edward d
23 Thinking and metacognition_ Car
24 Thinking skills
25 Thinking with what you know_ Da
26 Thinking_ a philosophical appro
27 Thinking_ Feuerstein-based enri
28 Thinking_ philosophy in the ear
29 Thinking_ thinking skills for l
30 Thinking_ What are thinking ski
31 Types of thinking_ Carol McGuin

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