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Visual teaching and learning with the learning wheel...

The learning wheel is at the foundation of the itslearning solution. The solution is designed to support every process of teaching and learning and make it visible.  

Visible learning means that both teachers and students experience that learning takes place. When teachers see learning in the classroom, they know what works and can plan the next phase in the learning process. When students see and experience learning, they also know what works and will hopefully use this experience in the future. If the learning is invisible, it is hard for both teachers and students to know what should come next.

Visual teaching occurs when learning is the explicit goal. If the teaching is visible for the students they are more confident as to where they should be heading, and also know how to get there. 

Find out how itslearning supports teachers to ENGAGE all learners by exploring the links on the left of this page. 


Reflect

Use individual learning plans, ePortfolios and blogs to encourage reflection.
Use self-assessment tools with your students.
Document students’ progress, goals and achievements.



Reflection is regarded as a key part of the learning process. Teachers want students to reflect on what they’ve learnt, analyze the process to see what works and what doesn’t, and then use this information to improve learning in the future.


Visual teaching and learning with the learning wheel...

The learning wheel is at the foundation of the itslearning solution. The solution is designed to support every process of teaching and learning and make it visible.  

Visible learning means that both teachers and students experience that learning takes place. When teachers see learning in the classroom, they know what works and can plan the next phase in the learning process. When students see and experience learning, they also know what works and will hopefully use this experience in the future. If the learning is invisible, it is hard for both teachers and students to know what should come next.

Visual teaching occurs when learning is the explicit goal. If the teaching is visible for the students they are more confident as to where they should be heading, and also know how to get there. 

Find out how itslearning supports students and teachers to REFLECT by exploring the links on the left of this page.