About Learning How To Learn

“Me“It’s easy to believe that you should only concentrate on subjects that come easily for you. But my story reveals that you can do well in subjects you don’t even like. The truth is, it’s okay to follow your passions. But I also found that broadening my passions opened many wonderful opportunities. Learning new subjects I didn’t think I could do turned out to be an adventure!”
― Barbara Oakley, Learning How to Learn: How to Succeed in School Without Spending All Your Time Studying; A Guide for Kids and Teens

In order to Learn How to Learn:

1. Students own the success criteria in their English units of work.

How Success Criteria encourages great learning.

2. Navigating NAPLAN

How To Do Your Very Best When Facing The Tasks Set Out In The NAPLAN Literacy Test.

3. Brain Power

How To Apply Neuroscience To Connect Literacy Skills To ALL Your Learning.

4. Keeping Motivated

How To Use Competitions, Events and Celebrations To Become An Even Greater Learner.