How to Teach Learning-to-Learn in the Secondary School

By: Juliet Strang , Oliver Button , Philip Masterson


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Size297mm x 210mm
PublishedNovember 2006

Villiers High is one of the first secondary schools in the country to introduce a fully developed curriculum designed so that students can learn how to learn. The results have been remarkable, with year on year improvements in public examination results and an increased student hunger to learn.

ASK: How to Teach Learning-to-Learn in the Secondary School is a serious exploration of the new science of learning. Full of tried and tested teaching and learning strategies, this book will transform the way any teacher sees their subject. All of the lesson ideas detailed in this book are easily applied to any curriculum subject and if used across different subjects, quickly become a transferable map which can help students make sense of their learning and progress rapidly at secondary school.

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Juliet Strang

Juliet Strang is Headteacher of Villiers High School, an 11-16 comprehensive school in Southall, West London. She has taught in five schools in different parts of the country, including as Assistant Headteacher at George Abbot School in Surrey and Deputy Headteacher at Cranford Community School in Hounslow before moving to Villiers High School in January 1997.

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Oliver Button

Oliver Button is Deputy Headteacher at Albany school in Enfield and formerly he was Assistant Headteacher at Villiers High School.

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Philip Masterson

Phil Masterson won the Ealing Pride in Our People Award in 2004 for his contribution to the education of young people in the area.


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