If you have worked with us or watched Unleash Learning TV episodes, you know we say that engagement is a key that unleashes learning.If you or anyone you know run webinars and want to make sure those webinars help others: • experience a positive behaviour change? • experience a transformative understanding? • take what they learn and use it for the rest of their lives?Then I’ve got 3 specific actions you can take that will ensure this happens for all your learners.
At Unleash Learning, Engagement is one of 6 keys in a proven system that makes learning stick of EVERYONE. , In part 2 of a special 2-Part Unleash Learning TV series on engagement I’m going to share: * the ONE strategy that ensures all learners are engaged. * the EXACT way to use this strategy to ensure learning STICKS for everyone.After watching this episode, we hope you’ll take action.
If you and your school are committed to teaching and learning excellence, this is a MUST watch interview.I’m going to go out on a limb and say this 7-minute interview is something you and your leadership team might want to watch together.
There's something you might be doing that's limiting student learning. It's a common error that we can make (I've done it!) but it can seriously undermine learning for all students. In fact, when I'm visiting classes around Australia and the US, I notice it all the time.
She told me that she felt shame.As a student, Sonia often felt the school's unspoken message was that she didn't belong, or what was being taught was for other students and not her.Sadly for many students today, even with the best of intentions, this can still be a reality. That's why this interview is so important.
Ever get that ‘bored-look’ on the faces of some of your students? It’s sometimes enough to make you want to pack your bags and go on vacation isn’t it?Fret not, because in this video I’m going reveal a simple strategy to keep your students interested, curious and motivated to learn
Many teachers we’ve worked with have told us this strategy have not only helped them increase engagement in their classroom, but it has changed how they see effective teaching and learning.