About the talk
Education isn’t about roomfuls of busy happy children. They can be busy and happy and not learn anything of value. So what are the valuable residues – the lifelong assets that accrue from time spent doing inquiry-based learning? How clear are we about what they are, and how do we tell if we have achieved them?
Join author and cognitive scientist, Guy Claxton, in this keynote from The Inquiry Educators Summit 2021, to delve into these provocations and to set your classroom up for valuable inquiry.
- Explore the different kinds of learners and their characteristics to deepen your understanding of your students
- Understand how you can cultivate a fruitful classroom culture by re-designing some old teaching methods and swapping them with modern pedagogy
- Find new strategies and frameworks to make classroom management easier and learning, exciting