Increased Learning Power helps students become more:

  • Reflective and self- aware learners

  • Confident and motivated to achieve

  • Willing and able to take responsibility for their own learning and behaviours

  • Able to discover and pursue their own life purpose

  • Likely to attain higher levels and grades

  • Sociable and able to listen and learn with and from each other

  • Able to lead themselves through change and transitions.

  • Able to develop 21C skills such as complex problem solving, critical thinking and creativity

Increased Learning Power helps tutors and academic staff to become better at:

  • Using and developing a language of learning

  • Creating coaching for learning dialogues

  • Devising strategies and activities that engage students in self-directed learning

  • Making time for reflection and deep learning

  • Enabling students to make reflective choices and decisions

  • Letting go of over-control and progressively handing over responsibility for knowledge construction to learners

  • Sequencing students encounters with knowledge to foster creativity and critical thinking

  • Using self- and peer-assessment and coaching to increase student ownership

For the College or University, Learning Power improvement has the potential to drive improved academic outcomes, increased student satisfaction and well-being, and enhanced student employability

What is Learning Power?