Learning to Learn

Making learning work for all students

By: Garry Burnett


$49.95


Size: 297mm x 210mm

Pages : 184

ISBN: 9781899836789

Format: PaperbackAudio CD

Published: June 2001


User-friendly, interactive, accessible and practical, Learning to Learn brings science and brain theory to the arena of teaching and learning. Garry Burnett leads us through a compelling process to find the best learning strategies for each individual, a process that involves using the two sides of the brain and that draws on every aspect of the learning experience. Each unit has detailed teacher plans, providing a structured, effective learning cycle that will:

  • utilise a range of learning styles
  • exercise a variety of thinking skills
  • address the development of the Multiple Intelligences

An exciting and enjoyable resource for teachers and parents, this book is recommended to those wanting the best possible results. Learning to Learn will revolutionise your teaching approach, and aid in the development of confident, resourceful learners.

The book includes many photocopiable worksheets, detailed lesson plans and prompts, plus a FREE audio CD of useful stories. Suitable for ages 11–14.

See below for a selection of audio samples from the audio CD.

Click here to view the related DVD title Learning to Learn DVD Workpack, £14.99.

Click here to view the related workbook title Learning to Learn Introductory Workbook, £2.99.


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Garry Burnett

Garry Burnett has been an English teacher, advisor and advanced skills teacher (AST) and a lead practitioner and head of department for over 35 years. He has written and lectured extensively on teaching and learning, creativity and parenting all around the world.

Now focused on his own original creative writing, he is currently engaged in producing Turn and Face the Strange, the hit show about the Hull-born musician Mick Ronson, and the screenplay Moonage Daydream, telling the story of David Bowie and Mick's musical collaboration. .


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