5 edition of Learning Independently found in the catalog.
by Gale Group
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||450|
Independent Learning is often linked with other approaches to learning such as personalisation, student -centred learning and ownership of l earning. Discussion of independent learning frequently arises in the context of important issues such as student-teacher roles and relationships, and the role of information and communications technology. When you participate with teachers, you send the message that book studies are important professional learning experiences. Two books my staff and I studied have changed the teaching practices of a few teachers: Teaching Reading in Middle School and Differentiating Reading Instruction, .
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Independent texts are usually housed in student book boxes or book bags. Each student is responsible for their own book box, however, it is up to the teacher to ensure that texts are changed regularly to promote interest and engagement. Theory to practice. When reading independently students are exposed to new words in meaningful contexts. Learning centers allow children to be independent. In my Listening Center, students are silently enjoying a book on tape. Learning centers allow children to face positive challenges and gain self-esteem through success. In my Math Center, students are sorting, sequencing, and counting.
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Learning independently is the key to successful study at these levels, and enabling students to recognise how they learn and identify barriers to success is important. The book emphasises that there is no one way to learn and offers a comprehensive range of techniques to help in formal by: This best-selling book provides students with the skills & confidence to succeed at study.
It empowers students to develop and learn so they become informed and independent learners. "A Guide to Learning Independently" will change the way you think about learning and transform the ways in which you learn and study/5(3).
This new edition of A Guide to Learning Independently will empower you to develop the necessary skills to survive as an informed, independent, and versatile student in the 21st century. The book will help you to: * Understand yourself and the ways in which you learn and study *.
A guide to learning independently describes techniques to help student succeed in formal education; helps with learning tasks such as writing assignments, reading textbooks, making notes and concentrating when studying; and presents a range of techniques to help students meet the requirements of their teachers and courses.5/5(1).
Showing all editions for 'A guide to learning independently' Sort by: Format; All Formats (53) Learning Independently book (4) Print book (49) eBook (4) Refine Your Search; Year. (6) (3) (11) (13) Print book: English. Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Australia 4. Guide to Learning Independently. The book can be used individually or collaboratively.
There are three educational principles which remain central to the fifth edition of A Guide to Learning Independently: The importance of clear goals in shaping learning is considered particularly in Chapter 1 and applied throughout the book. At a time when extrinsic vocational orientations.
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The awards are intended to bring increased recognition to the thousands of exemplary independent, university, and self-published books released each year. The IPPYs are open until the final deadline of. Unfortunately, children with learning disabilities in reading often do not read independently, because they tend to find reading effortful, may have trouble obtaining books at their reading level, or may have generally negative attitudes toward reading as a consequence of repeated failure.
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And with Bookshop Author: Alex Lauer. 5 How to develop independent learners Section one – Changing mindsets 1. Learning from failure One of the major obstacles preventing students from becoming more independent is a fear of failure. To encourage a more independent approach, we must help students to see failure as an opportunity to learn, rather than something to be avoided at all.
Kids can also learn independently in the Khan Academy Kids Library—a curated collection of activities, books, videos, and coloring pages. Our book reader allows kids to follow along with recorded audio narration or read on their own across our fiction, non-fiction and fiction leveled books.
For example, one of the prerequisites of independent learning is the ability to work on your own, with minimal direction and with confidence. This includes a sense of how to manage one’s own learning as well as how to respond to difficulties or challenges.
In such a situation it is necessary that the teacher takes a back seat. After all, how. Learning is the process of acquiring knowledge or skill through study, experience, or teaching. Learning is experience that brings about a relatively permanent change in behavior. Learning is a change in neural function as a consequence of experience.
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I work very hard to try and overturn that impression. I make the storylines of my books. Independent reading and writing can help develop children’s sense of ownership over their skills and provide some quiet time where children can work and explore uninterrupted, at their own pace.
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By: English language arts or reading at every grade level from 3–12 and is the author of numerous journal articles and books about many aspects of literacy learning including close reading, informational texts, and disciplinary literacy.