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Supporting Successful Learning in Primary School

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Supporting Successful Learning in Primary School

University of Reading

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This course from The University of Reading explains how educators can best engage with their students to create a successful learning environment.

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Supporting Successful Learning in Primary School

by University of Reading

Supporting Successful Learning in Primary School

University of Reading

Overview

Maintaining a well-functioning classroom requires much more than sticking to the curriculum. Children are most likely to learn and therefore reach their fullest potential when being led by well-trained and emotionally intelligent instructors.

This FutureLearn course from the University of Reading explains how teachers can create an environment most conducive to positive learning. Helen Bilton, Professor of Outdoor Learning, Director of Postgraduate Taught programs, and School Director of Academic Tutoring at the University of Reading, serves as a lead educator, incorporating a multitude of expert opinions and academic research to craft this course.

By learning about the classroom setting, teachers, support staff, and even students, themselves, can promote successful learning in primary schools anywhere.

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"To help children learn you need to understand that each person brings their own genetics, emotion, personality, and environmental experiences to any learning situation."

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