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I Learn for Life offers online self-paced courses, 1-1 coaching, webinars and workshops to help learners develop the confidence and competence to engage at school.

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There are four parts to improving your capacity as a lifelong learner at every age and capability. 

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PART 1

 

Understand and assess how you prefer to learn:

  • Learning Roadblocks

  • Learning Preferences & Styles

  • Learning Strengths & Weaknesses

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PART 2

 

Understand the cognitive and neurological process of learning.

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PART 3

 

Develop appropriate strategies to support you in learning.

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PART 4

 

Practise and implement these strategies for more effective learning within a learning context/topic.

  • Why are some things easy to learn and others a challenge?

  • Why do I engage with some topic and learning areas and not others?

  • How can I engage in learning more effectively?

Read about the impact of learning how to learn

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Each human is capable and able to learn. Our brains are naturally programmed with an in-built capacity to learn. We also know that we can continue to learn throughout our lifespan due to the research on neural plasticity. Even so, sometimes it is easy and sometimes difficult.

 

Although we are capable of learning, it doesn’t mean we are all able to easily unlock this skill. We also do not necessarily prefer to engage and learn about all topics easily. For example, some people naturally gravitate towards technical learning and others towards creative pursuits. We know from Gardner's work on multiple intelligences that we all have different learning preferences. 

 

Watch the video available on our blog Success comes from understanding how you learn to find out more about becoming a lifelong learner.