Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn

Meraikan 'suara' dan 'pilihan' anak-anak murid sangat penting untuk membangunkan agensi mereka sebagai landasan pembelajaran terarah kendiri. Buku Mike Anderson memberikan pedoman yang boleh kita manfaat.Bukunya berjudul "Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn: The Key to Student Motivation and Achievement".


Sepintas lalu buku ini:

Offering students choices about their learning, says author Mike Anderson, is one of the most powerful ways teachers can boost student learning, motivation, and achievement. In his book, Anderson offers numerous examples of choice in action, ideas to try with different students, and a step-by-step process to help you plan and incorporate choice into your classroom. You'll explore

  • What effective student choice looks like in the classroom.

  • Why it's important to offer students choices.

  • How to create learning environments, set the right tone for learning, and teach specific skills that enable choice to work well.

When students have more choices about their learning, they can find ways of learning that match their personal needs and be more engaged in their work, building skills and work habits that will serve them well in school and beyond. This teacher-friendly guide offers everything you need to help students who are bored, frustrated, or underperforming come alive to learning through the fundamental power of choice.


Saya kongsikan petikan Bab 3 (Boosting Student Ownership): (Hal. 48)


A sense of student ownership of work is one of the most important qualities teachers should foster in their classrooms for students to be more successful with choice. When students make choices about their learning, they should focus on what they need and want. If students are hooked into pleasing the teachers or meeting the teachers’ demands, they may not make choices that are either the right level of difficulty or the right modality. Also, when students do put themselves in a “just right” place of learning, there is appropriate challenge. This often means that students will need to work hard. When students’ intrinsic motivation is higher—when they care about their work because the work is theirs—they will more likely have the determination needed to persevere when the learning gets tough.

Selamat membaca!

Saya kongsikan juga temubual Mike Anderson bersama Allison Zmuda dan Bena Kallick. Selamat menonton!



60 lihatan0 komen

Siaran Terkini

Lihat Semua

Dikongsikan artikel “Ask the Cognitive Scientist: Why Do Students Remember Everything That's on Television and Forget Everything I Say?“ tulisan Daniel T. Willingham. Beliau adalah seorang profesor ps