Characteristics of Effective Learning Bibliography

Craft, A., Cremin, T., Burnard, P and Chappell, K. (2007). Developing creative learning through possibility thinking with children aged 3-7.

Cropley, A. Creativity in Education and Learning: A Guide for Teachers and Educators.

Dweck, C. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success.

Dweck, C. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success.

Ferre Laevers (2000) Forward to Basics! Deep‐Level‐Learning and the Experiential Approach, Early Years, 20:2, 20-29, DOI: 10.1080/0957514000200203.

Lai, E. Metacognition: A Literature Review.

McClelland, M., et al. Relations between Preschool Attention Span-Persistence and Age 25 Educational Outcomes.

Moylett, H. ed. Characteristics of Effective Early Learning: Helping young children become learners for life.

National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, Understanding Motivation: Building the brain architecture that supports learning, health and community participation.

Perry, N. E. (2015) Understanding classroom processes that support children’s self-regulation of learning.

QCA. Creativity: Find it, promote it.

Stewart, N. How Children Learn: The characteristics of effective early learning.

Susan De la Riva, S., Ryan, T. Effect of Self-Regulating Behaviour on Young Children’s Academic Success.’s_Academic_Success.

Timmons, K., Pelletier, J., Corter, C. Understanding children’s self-regulation within different classroom contexts.

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Walsh, G., Murphy, P., and Dunbar, C.Thinking skills in the Early Years – a Guide for practitioners.