Learning Excellence explores the known factors that lead to exceptional learning.
A good deal of evidence suggests that becoming excellent in something is in the reach of so-called ordinary people who have the motivation, the learning and practice behaviours, the time, and the character, including a determined persistence, to see it through. Presented in a student-friendly manner, this course will assist students to be proactive in their pursuit of improvement.
Participants will learn
- How people get good at things.
- Intrinsic motivation; goals.
- Learning and the brain.
- How to make your brain smarter.
- The neuroscience of repetition.
- The magic of myelin.
- Problems with repetition, how to avoid them, and more effective was to repeat.
- The power of slow for skill development.
- Only practise on the days that you eat.
- The quantity of effort.
- Sleep learning: If you (don’t) snooze – you lose!
- The extraordinary power of mindsets and the curious thing about talent
Control your time constraints with self-paced, online-on-demand learning. Access anytime, anywhere. Seamless in design, simple to navigate, quality content.
Purchase single-user access to this course via the registration link. Credit card details required, or schools can request invoice. For group discounts and site licences, please contact Michael Griffin.