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Hangleton Primary Learning Behaviours Rationale

Learning behaviours


Developing learning behaviours and skills is important because:

  • They draw attention to the processes of learning and not just the products.
  • They are more likely to engage children in active rather than passive learning.
  • They enable children to go beyond the mere recall of information and to develop deeper understanding of topics.
  • They create positive dispositions and habits for learning.
  • They provide a new range of criteria against which children can evaluate their progress in learning.

Essentially, they enable pupils to learn how to learn.

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