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Creating a learning to learn school - research and practice for raising standards, motivation and morale m Looking to the future Barber wrote: The school will remain crucial to providing the foundation of learning, the induction into democratic society and the constant support that every individual student needs, but it will cease to be the provider of all learning for each student. Instead, while it will provide some, it will also seek learning opportunities in other schools, in and out of school learning settings (such as museums), in the community, in the workplace or over the internet.
36 Creating a learning to learn school - research and practice for raising standards, motivation and morale 'Learning to learn' in context: educational reform in a changing world What is needed is a clear unifying vision of what learning is, what it is for, and how it is best done at the heart of our education strategy. The question it must answer is: How can our education system actually motivate and equip young people for life in the twenty-first century? As John Cleveland implies in the quote at the start of this section, this might require some radical thinking about how and where learning takes place.
Assessment for Learning: beyond the black box, Assessment Reform Group, 1999 What the mind maps show is that the project has drawn on, and is indebted to, a wealth of thinking and practice from a range of different disciplines. The theory and research sources underpinning 'learning to learn' include cognitive psychology, neuroscience, theories of learning and intelligence, work on formative assessment and thinking skills, motivational psychology, emotional intelligence, learning environments, health and nutrition.