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Building Learning Power: Helping Young People Become Better Learners Paperback – 16 Dec 2002
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Professor Guy Claxton has tested his ideas on building learning power with more than 30 LEAs from the Isles of Scilly to Northumberland and from Kent to Cardiff, and in dozens of practical settings across all phases of education, from Staff Development at Oxford University to Early Years in County Tyrone. He has been a keynote speaker at conferences on learning in America, Australia, Hong Kong and Sweden as well as the UK, and advises the Royal Institution and the OECD on education, creativity and the brain . His 1999 book Wise Up: The Challenge of Lifelong Learning was called the best book I ve read in 30 years by Professor David Hargreaves, ex-head of the UK Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. Guy Claxton is currently Professor of the Learning Sciences at the University of Winchester.
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