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Learning to learn

This section draws together research, digital resources, and examples to support teachers as they consider the learning to learn principle. 

Discussion tools

Learning to learn spotlight
Use this NZC Online spotlight to explore the learning to learn principle, supporting you to help students reflect on their own learning processes and to learn how to learn.

Effective Lifelong Learning Inventory (ELLI)
Ruth Deakin Crick introduces ELLI, a framework for assessing the seven dimensions of student learning: changing and learning, meaning making, critical curiosity, creativity, learning relationships, strategic awareness, and resilience.

Learning stories
Learning stories integrate learning dispositions into a story framework and include an analysis of the learning. They frequently include possible pathways or 'what next?' suggestions.

What is an active learner?
Michael Absolum outlines the attributes of an active learner, and shares a story about a particular learning experience of his own.

Growing active learners
Michael Absolum outlines some strategies for helping your students become active learners. This tool explores the language of learning to learn, and how appraisal processes could provide opportunities to further explore this principle.

Published on: 26 Mar 2012