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Improving learning how to learn; classrooms, schools and networks.


Improving learning how to learn; classrooms, schools and networks.

Ed. by Mary James et al.



249 pages




James (education, U. of London) et al. present chapters based on the findings of a development and research project exploring what teachers can do to help students learn how to learn. Broad sections explore the issues, the research, and implications; two specific chapters contain case studies of LHTL from primary and secondary schools. An appendix describes the methodology of the research.

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Date:Feb 1, 2009
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