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Supporting Successful Learning in Primary School

University of Reading via FutureLearn

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Found in K12

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Overview

Improve the support you provide for children’s learning in primary school

Giving children in primary school the right support is vital.

On this course you’ll hear from education experts, school staff and school children who provide insight into how children learn, the learning environment, and communicating in school.

You’ll explore some of the theories underlying people’s behaviour that could impact learning in school, and you’ll reflect on your own experiences in the classroom to help build on your confidence and working practices.

By the end of the course you’ll be better equipped to improve the support you provide in the education of children.

This course is for teaching assistants and support staff in early years and primary school. It will also be of interest to teachers returning to work, newly qualified teachers, as well as providing a refresher for current teachers. Parents of children in schools may also find this course useful in helping them to support and encourage their children’s learning.

This course focusses on teaching and learning in primary schools. If you work in a secondary school, you may like to join: Supporting Successful Learning in Secondary Schools.

Taught by

Helen Bilton

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4.0 4 months ago
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A very useful course to do if you are either starting on your career as a TA or have been in the job for a few years as this would act as a really good refresher. Lots of tips and interesting reads with links to additional reading. The discussion videos were great. Definitely recommended.
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5.0 3 months ago
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Very informative and stimulates to continue researching and questioning.The organisation of the information was good and the interactive aspect also good.
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