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RESEARCH: How pupils view learning outside

Wednesday, 31 July 2019
Council for Learning Outside the Classroom

New research from Swansea University has found that pupils feel a sense of freedom when learning outside the classroom, they are more able to express themselves, more engaged and more positive about the learning experience.  

This research was published by Emily Marchant, PhD researcher, from Swansea University. Emily will be speaking at the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom National Conference 2019 in November.  

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Council for Learning Outside the Classroom
The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) is the national charity for learning outside the classroom (LOtC). We support educational establishments & LOtC providers in offering high quality learning experiences that help pupils to achieve. We also work with schools to remove any perceived barriers to LOtC that may...    Read More
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