What is Learnership?

Learnership combines the words and meanings of the words “learner” and “ownership.” Together, they embody the elevation of learning to learner ownership. Someone who has true learnership is one who self-directs, self-evaluates, self-reflects, and self-controls their own learning. We are posting new articles every week so make it your routine to check-in frequently. Or, subscribe to The Learnership Review and receive monthly emails so you never miss a thing.

Don’t Reteach If You Don’t Know Why!

In this article you will learn…

  • Reteaching cannot be effective and efficient if the teacher does not clearly understand what worked (and didn’t) during classroom instruction.
  • There should be more to data protocols than just identifying what kids didn’t learn and then reteach them.
  • To identify WHAT students have learned (or not) and WHY they have learned (or not, in order to determine HOW to reteach them effectively.

Act Like a Child: How to Promote Curiosity

In this article you will learn…

  • That to support all students and make learning equitable, the academic environment needs to recognize, teach, and support behaviors that promote curiosity.
  • The classroom and teacher must make specific behaviors known to all students, acknowledge when students are exhibiting these behaviors, and nurture these behaviors in order to advance learning.
  • The strategies for promoting curiosity that can be used successfully at any grade level.

How to Get Your Children Talking About Their Learning

In this article, you will learn...

  • Metacognition is the side of learning that pushes students to increased academic growth, and it is the side of learning that parents and caregivers can support each and every day.
  • Parents and caregivers can support their child to own their learning by boosting their metacognition through conversations about their learning.
  • Where to find additional support for metacognitive conversations. (www.elevatedachievement.com).

How Parents and Caregivers Can Help Their Children Succeed in a Virtual World

In this article, you will learn:

  • That for students to be successful they need to have ownership of their learning. In other words, they must be able to self-direct, self-evaluate, self-reflect, and self-control their own learning.
  • A parent’s and caregiver’s role is not to be the teacher but to motivate their child to clearly know what they are learning, how they are learning it, and how well they are learning it. In other words, their role is to support their child in taking ownership of their learning.
  • Where to find additional support for developing student ownership at home. (www.elevatedachievement.com).

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