Presents case studies and examples from practitioners and examines the four major dimensions of advancing real learning: active learning, collaborative learning, learner-driven learning, learning about learning.

Being Exceptional

Being exceptional

The point of this chapter is:

  • To emphasise that there are many exceptional teachers and classrooms – in two senses: (1) they are inspiring and promote effective learning, and (2) they are an exception to the dominant way of talking about and being in classrooms.
  • To think about classroom change in that light, especially change which is ‘against the grain’.
  • To help those who may have read this book reasonably completely to review where they have reached.
  • To anticipate some issues in helping you ...
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