QUIZ: Expert Learner Frameworks Copy
Revise the frameworks we learnt for expert learners.
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1. Question5 point(s)
Sort Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin’s VESPA model for successful students into the right categories.
- they know what they want to achieve
- they work hard and put in many hours of proactive independent study
- they organise their learning resources and their time
- they use deliberate practice and develop their skills
- they have a growth mindset and respond constructively to setbacks
2. Question2 point(s)
Click 2 statements that are true about Derek Sivers’, idea about the advantage of pursuing an answer to a problem over simply aiming for a particular goal?CorrectIncorrect
3. Question1 point(s)
What is deliberate practice?CorrectIncorrect
4. Question5 point(s)
Choose 6 characteristics of ‘practice perfect’ by Doug Lemov.CorrectIncorrect
5. Question2 point(s)
Two students have failed a test: which one has a fixed mindset and which one has a growth mindset?
- I failed the test because I am stupid. I'll never be able to do well because I am so dumb!
- I didn't get the score I wanted in this test but I'm sure that if I figure out what went wrong, I can work on it and improve.
6. Question4 point(s)
What are ‘the 4 pillars of learning’, according to Stanislas Dehaene?CorrectIncorrect
7. Question1 point(s)
Research suggests that the beliefs you have about your intelligence can have a significant impact on your achievements.CorrectIncorrect
8. Question2 point(s)
Sort the answers.
- Students with this belief think that our abilities are determined by our genetics; you are either born smart or dumb.
- Students with this belief understand that the brain adapts according to how we practice; they understand that the brain can growth new connections and increase our intelligence as we learn more.
9. Question1 point(s)
Scientific research shows that the brain actually grows when we learn.CorrectIncorrect
10. Question7 point(s)
Which are the seven qualities of an expert learner, according to the Universal Design for Learning (UDL)?CorrectIncorrect
11. Question4 point(s)
Sort Stanislas Dehaene’s theory of ‘the four pillars of learning’.
- amplifies the information we focus on
- includes ‘curiosity’ and ‘deep learning’
- compares our predictions with reality and corrects our models of the world
- the process of fully automating what we have learnt and a key component of this is sleep