Presentation on theme: "Experiential Learning - A Masterclass! How does it feel to experience a new skill as a learner?"— Presentation transcript:
Experiential Learning - A Masterclass! How does it feel to experience a new skill as a learner?
Mastery A mastery model of learning makes the basic assumption that, given time and quality instruction, all pupils can and will eventually master the core intended learning. (Aristotle, Skinner, Bloom etc) Because of their aptitude, (not their perceived ability) the time required for some learners to do so will be greater than that required by others. Mastery learning relies on carefully planned learning journeys and expeditions with clear long and short term intentions based on standards required.
Aptitude 85% The variability in time that an individual might need to master learning
COMFORT STRETCH PANIC Low challenge Low stress Limited thinking Limited learning High challenge Low stress Thinking required Effective learning Very high challenge High stress Cognitive overload Limited learning
What is your aptitude for… Baking a cake Swimming Learning a new language
Peasedown’s approach to planning for mastery (using Bloom’s Taxonomy) RU Ready APP ACE Remember Understand Apply Analyse Create Evaluate
Reflection time… Do you feel you’ve ‘mastered’ today’s learning? How did it make you feel during the process? What would have helped you to learn more effectively? How do you feel now you’ve been successful? (Assuming you do feel successful!)