Making Learning Happen A Guide for Post-Compulsory Education by Phil Race

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Published by Sage Publications Ltd .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Higher & further education,
  • Higher,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Adult & Continuing Education,
  • Education / Adult & Continuing Education,
  • College teaching,
  • Learning,
  • Post-compulsory education

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9515104M
ISBN 10141290708X
ISBN 109781412907088

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Making Learning Happen provides an accessible and practical discussion of teaching and learning for the post-compulsory sector of higher and further education. Much of the existing educational literature on `learning' is written in language which makes it inaccessible to the people most directly involved in learning: learners and their teachers.

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Centred around Phil Race's well-known 'ripples on a pond'. Beyond learning styles. Assessment driving learning Learning through feedback Making learning happen in large groups Making learning happen in small groups Responding to diversity and widening participation Addressing employability Putting the learning into e-learning Making workshops work.

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Previously he was a tutor at the University of Cambridge Institute of Education. His recent pulications include Special Cited by: How Does Learning Happen?, helps educators focus on these interrelationships in the context of early years environments.

relationships with others and making contributions as part of a group, a community, the natural world. • Well-being addresses the importance of physical and mentalFile Size: 2MB. Designing deep learning experiences requires new pedagogical practices and partnerships.

NPDL’s Learning Design Protocol, Learning Design Rubric, Learning Progressions, and Resource Modules provide exemplars for capacity building. Deep learning will only happen on a transformational scale when the right conditions exist at the school, cluster and education system level.

The wider picture of ‘making learning happen’ Effective training is about effective learning Planning to make learning happen Making ‘learning-by-doing’ happen Creating an active learning environment – room layout Finding out how it really went Reflecting on your workshop.

Learning by Making in STEAM Subjects Before we industrialized education, there was a different way of learning, and that involved making, doing or building something. In this method, instead of being told how to solve a problem in theory and then completing some practice examples, students figure out how to solve problems for themselves, often.

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The PCET context rings true throughout the book - giving the impression this not just a book for those working in PCET, but very much a book from the PCET context. -review of previous edition -- Keith S. Taber 'Making Learning Happen has been an essential read for new academic staff since it first Edition: 3rd Revised Edition.

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Formative assessment: Making it happen in the classroom Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press doi: and to guide the teachers' actions as they work to support students' learning. This is the core of the book.

Margaret presents the most current research on assessment, and especially on formative assessment, in a clear and readable style.

Making learning happen: a guide for post-compulsory education. See chapter 2 in Race, P. Seven Factors Underpinning Successful Learning (pp.

) and What Can I Do When (pp). In Making Learning Happen. (2nd ed.) London: Sage. Included in the book is a self-analysis questionnaire to enable learners to reflect on how these factors contribute to their own approaches to learning.

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Race, P () Making Learning Happen: 3rd edition, London: Sage. Brown, S and Race, P () Using Effective Assessment to Promote Learning, in University Teaching in Focus: a learning-centred approach, Hunt, L and Chalmers, D (eds), Australian Council for Educational Research and Routledge, pp A progressive, research-based approach for making learning visible Based on the Reggio Emilia approach to learning, Visible Learners highlights learning through interpreting objects and artifacts, group learning, and documentation to make students' learning evident to teachers.

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