Our Learning Commission
Launched in October 2008, the Harris Student Commission on Learning was set up as a research and development project to bring together hundreds of students and teachers to create a new design for learning across the Harris Federation.
- Significant and lasting changes to teaching and learning
- A step-change in student engagement, motivation and learning
- To achieve these changes the Commission established an ambitious programme of enquiry into the most effective learning approaches in the UK and abroad. This enquiry has been co-led by students and staff who for the past two years have worked and learned together in powerful partnerships and teams.
The Commission was designed to go beyond traditional ‘student voice’ work, helping students become leaders of their own and others’ learning with a real stake in how education is organised and delivered.
The Commission has developed a deep and practical knowledge base about what really makes a difference for student learning in the 21st Century. And it has created an irrepressible desire for and commitment to change amongst all the students and teachers involved."
|A New Approach to Student Engagement||23rd Dec 2013||Download|
|A New Design for Learning||23rd Dec 2013||Download|
|Best Practice Briefing Paper 1||23rd Dec 2013||Download|
|Best Practice Briefing Paper 2||23rd Dec 2013||Download|
|Learning about Learning Further Insights||23rd Dec 2013||Download|
|Learning about Learning 12 Early Ideas||23rd Dec 2013||Download|