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The 5 Rs for Lifelong Learning

Attitudes/Attributes Skills Knowledge


Demonstrates ability to: Knows how:
Readiness • Motivation • Assess and manage own motivation towards a • To assess own motivation
• Curiosity task • To set goals and connect to the learning
• Self-belief/esteem • Set specific goals which connect to particular • To use a L2L language
• Self-efficacy (optimism re the learning learning • To assess own preferred learning environment
outcome, confidence and willingness to take • Achieve a positive learning state • To apply learning, including in different
risks) • Manage own learning process contexts.
• Talk about learning to learn in relation to a new
task
Resourcefulness • Learning from and with others • Make most of own preferred learning • The mind works and how humans learn.
• Learning creatively in different ways approaches and environment, and those of • To assess own preferred learning approaches
• Flexibility others. and environment, and is aware that others may
• Applying learning • Develop and expand learning repertoire and to prefer different approaches
harness creativity • To use different approaches to learning
• Find and use information • To seek out and use information, including
• Communicate effectively in different ways through ICT
• Apply learning/use what has been learned, • To communicate effectively in different ways
including in different contexts.
Resilience • Keeping going • Persist and apply learned optimism and self- • To use learned optimism and self-efficacy
• Learning under stress belief/self-efficacy approaches approaches
• Managing feelings about learning and • empathise and use Emotional Intelligence • To empathise and use EQ approaches
teachers, peers and resources • Use different approaches when stuck • To procede when stuck
• Use different memory approaches • To use different memory approaches
Responsibility • Maximising own self-awareness • Understand and articulate own areas of • To be a good learning role model
• Empathy towards other learners strength and weakness • To plan and set targets for own learning
• Understanding of how self and others learn • Think about others as learners and ask for and • To work with others to learn effectively
• Making best use of opportunities for offer help with learning • To consider other people’s learning
collaborative learning • Take ownership of own learning
• Learn alongside others
Reflectiveness • Looking back • Stop and reflect (eg ask questions, observe, • To stop and reflect (eg ask questions, observe,
• Improving learning and performance see patterns) see patterns),
• Practising • Experiment with learning • To experiment with learning
• Evaluate learning • To use different ways to evaluate learning
• Use different memory approaches • To make connections
• Make connections