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The Magic of Independent Learning – Full Poster

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1 page (PDF)|Suitable for Grades: K, F - 6

Poster to help students learn independently in the classroom.

The Magic of Independent Learning is a great way of helping students use independent learning strategies. Teachers are often the first call for when students are having difficulty with their classroom tasks, who often do not think to use their own self help strategies. Using the The Magic of Independent Learning posters, students can reference to the steps they can take before asking their teacher for help.

This teaching resource can be used as a classroom display, with options of full individual posters with all stages on it. There is a black and white version, which students can interact with by colouring in their own The Magic of Independent Learning, using these posters as interactive activities, desk plates, stick in book references or even as a whole class unit at the beginning of the year. These cute, (but wise) Wizard Monkeys are sure to be a knowledgeable guide for your classroom.

There is also a The Magic of Independent Learning Banner to compliment the individual stage posters available. The Science of Independent Learning version available.

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  • Ben Bartlett

    This is not the learning pit as such.

    Comment by Ben Bartlett on June 20, 2019 at 12:54 pm


    • Kristian Kristian

      Hi Ben,
      The idea behind this resource is a little different from bringing students out of the learning pit. With this resource we hope to develop independent learning strategies and self help strategies among students. Conquering the learning pit is more about growth mindset and discussing their learning in a proactive way.
      Thanks for the feedback, it is always appreciated.

      Official comment by Kristian on June 20, 2019 at 1:08 pm


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