Building Learning Power – READ this Research

“I tried to improve my own questioning so that children wouldn’t just say words like “I made good links or he made links” I wanted them to be able to explain, for example, that they had made links to previous learning and say why. I used more open questions myself and allowed them time to think about answers. I looked at Blooms taxonomy to improve my questioning and put them into my planning”   Sarah Parr, Hensingham Primary School
Check out this new study, which provided evidence that through using the discipline of BLP (building learning power):

  • Pupils learn more deeply
  • Teachers learn about learning
  • Pupils’ attainment rises
  • Teachers become learning coaches and more….for the full story click here.