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Ali McClure on Conversation Cues – Talking about Learning

In this interview, we discuss how Teaching about Learning – Conversation Cues – is an indispensable reflective learning tool that enables children to reflect on their own learning and metacognition.

It also gives practitioners an opportunity to reflect on their questioning of children, whilst the children are engaged in active learning.
· September 3, 2021

Ali McClure is an experienced and highly respected educator, author and creator, who uses a wealth of props, lively and fun activities during training. Each is backed with a key message, proven to help you not only make a difference, but really understand the reasons why Ali’s strategies work so well.

Ali has up to date and first-hand experience as a Special Needs Co-ordinator and Teacher Trainer, is launching a series of workshops on her new learning tool AND is writing a new book – The Brilliant Behaviour Book: 5 Fundamentals for Brilliant Behaviours, self-regulation, and limitless learning.

In this interview, we discuss how Teaching about Learning – Conversation Cues – is an indispensable reflective learning tool that enables children to reflect on their own learning and metacognition. It also gives practitioners an opportunity to reflect on their questioning of children, whilst the children are engaged in active learning.

Ali explains how Conversation Cues – Talking about Learning supports children’s self-regulation, independence and collaboration, and how it’s the depth of learning that makes this such a unique and useful concept.

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  • In this interview, we discuss how Teaching about Learning – Conversation Cues – is an indispensable reflective learning tool that enables children to reflect on their own learning and metacognition.

    It also gives practitioners an opportunity to reflect on their questioning of children, whilst the children are engaged in active learning.

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