Research School Network: Effective Learning Behaviours When children improve their learning behaviours, this can improve both wellbeing and academic achievement
Effective Learning Behaviours
When children improve their learning behaviours, this can improve both wellbeing and academic achievement
Event category: Multi-Day Training
21 April, 2021 | 09:30 - 11:00
6 May, 2021 | 09:30 - 11:00
14 May, 2021 | 09:30 - 11:00
25 June, 2021 | 09:30 - 11:00
When we use the word ‘behaviour’ we can quickly assume that it relates solely to strategies to manage misbehaviour in the classroom. Crucial as these are, there is another dimension: how teachers can also explicitly support pupils’ ‘learning behaviours’. As we teach these, developing and strengthening learning behaviours in our pupils, they become more motivated and determined to succeed.So, what do we mean by learning behaviours? A learning behaviour can be thought of as a behaviour that is necessary in order for a person to learn effectively in the group setting of the classroom (Ellis and Todd, 2018). When we look around our classrooms, can we see these behaviours in action?
What are learning behaviours – and how can schools support pupils to develop them?A new modular programme built around 5 key areas, each underpinned by an EEF Guidance Report; Metacognition, Social and Emotional Learning, Behaviour, SEND and Working with Parents.
The programme is led by Siobhan Campbell, Evidence Lead in Education at ELRS