REAL Thinking & Learning to Be More
The ‘REAL Thinking & Learning to Be More’ Newsletter normally goes out every second week during school terms.
With my newsletters I aim to make my readers more aware and knowledgeable about:
- Topics related to thinking & learning;
- The science of learning;
- Growth as a thinker & learner;
- Learning Teaching Support Material; etc.
I love reflecting, reading and researching topics I am interested in and then enjoy sharing something that inspires me. May you find something that inspires you to become more aware, knowledgeable, equipped and empowered!
With deliberate thinking and learning we can all grow, develop and Be More.
From May 2022 you can read past issues of my Newsletter on this page.
Read the latest Real Thinking & Learning to Be More Newsletter and see if you like it. You can then sign up while you are in the Newsletter to get the next newsletter in your inbox!
In 2023 I am focusing on Learning Teaching Support Material.
REAL Thinking & Learning to Be More…
Aware, Knowledgeable, Equipped & Empowered…
Past Issues of the ‘REAL Thinking & Learning to Be More’ Newsletter.
16 November 2023: Mapping as Learning Strategy: Desirable versus Undesirable Difficulties
12 June 2023: Colour in Learner Workbooks. 3 Things NOT TO DO!
14 April 2023: Always Write Parallel Lists! Do You Know What it Means?
23 February 2023: 2 Easy Strategies to Improve Readability in PowerPoint Slides!
9 February 2023: 2 Things to Avoid on PowerPoint Slides that can Help Learners
26 January 2023: Do you have an Expression of Intent? We all need one!
27 October 2022: Time to Think About ONE Important Thing to Focus on in 2023.
25 August 2022: 7 Guidelines to become a really competent Tertiary Student
23 August 2022: Want affordable Lifelong Learning & Self-Education?
22 June 2022: Be a More Growth-Oriented Adult with a 7 Step Process
1 June 2022: What is “The Strangest Secret”?
19 May 2022: How 4 Core Regrets can Help You.
Focus of Newsletters in 2023
In 2023 I am focusing on the topic of Learning Teaching Support Material (LTSM) in my newsletters.
LTSM can enhance or hamper learning, but unfortunately it often hampers learning.
After decades of working with older primary school learners, high school learners, and adult learners, I’ve become very aware of the challenges in the LTSM.
That’s also why I created a course titled, Better Learning Teaching Support Material – WHY & HOW?
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