About This Course
How can we best encourage effective learning?
If we enjoy learning, we are 8/10ths of the way to becoming good learners and great students. However, if we don’t or didn’t enjoy ‘school’, or college and learning is seen as a ‘chore’, then we’ll all struggle. If it is us doing the ‘teaching’ and the ‘students’ are our own children for example, then unless they have our understanding, our unconditional love and our continuing support we can actually sabotage their best efforts (as this course demonstrates).
The natural human state is to be curious about things and when we are young and innocent we all move toward things that grab our curiosity. However, we’ll freeze or move away from things that make us anxious. Therefore, the best thing we can do as parents is to remove anxiety from a child’s learning environment.
So as teachers, there are things we can do to help children (and adults) love learning, and there are also things we can do (albeit unwittingly through a lack of knowledge and understanding) that can hinder or stop learning in its tracks.
Those of us who are parents, we need to stop measuring and comparing our children to others (I know it’s hard!). Remember that we are all unique and we all develop at different rates. All children have growth spurts and they also have brain spurts. You would not judge a child’s intellectual capability based on how tall they are, or how fast they are growing. So why do we insist on, or be complicit in, comparing or ‘grading’ our child’s ability whilst they are still developing?
Let us not forget that Einstein was a late talker, a slow learner and did very poorly at school.
Many highly successful people received poor reports at school. So whatever your age, your performance at school is not a good predictor of how successful you can be. So let’s take the pressure off schoolchildren and late-learners and focus on what we do well and let’s stop doing the things that hinder natural learning progress.
This short course will give you some simple strategies and a better understanding of how to help yourself, your child or other adults become great learners. The course currently has one main section and this section is all about understanding what is likely to help and what is likely to hinder learning (by looking at how the brain works for example).
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned how to become a better learner.
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|Section 1 - Introduction To The Course|
|Introduction To The Course||00:00:00|
|Introduction To The Course (Part 2)||00:00:00|
|Section 2 - Helpful Knowledge And Models About The Brain And Learning|
|Simple Models About How The Brain Works||00:00:00|
|The Triune Brain model||00:00:00|
|The Left And RIght Side Of Our Brain||00:00:00|
|An Introduction To Brainwaves||00:00:00|
|Question The ‘Numbers’. Become Properly Numerate!||00:00:00|
|Understand The Principle Of ‘Brain Readiness’||00:00:00|
|A Quick Overview About How We Learn||00:00:00|
|Bonus Talk – Childrens (And Adults) Requisites For Accelerated Learning||00:00:00|
|See The Knowledge In The Whole||00:00:00|
|Section 3 - Course Review: What Have We Learnt?|
|Preliminary Concluding Lecture – What Next?||00:00:00|