This teacher-friendly book focuses on how secondary students learn and how those in different roles in schools can promote their learning.

Connecting Learning
Connecting learning

Connecting learning is about helping young people identify and make sense of their experiences across a number of different contexts. The advantages of connecting learning is that learners can extend their thinking, enrich their understanding in a more holistic way, develop more insights about themselves as learners and come to a better understanding of their own learning. Connecting learning is an important aspect of effective learning and schools have a pivotal role.

As Bentley points out, schools, along with all those involved in education, need to develop more complex understandings about learning: ‘We are moving from the view that learning takes place only inside people's heads, or inside single institutions designed for the purpose. The reality is much more complex and unpredictable – ...

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