Study support in the public library

Training for public library staff to examine effective support for children’s learning. The course explores how children learn and identifies strategies for developing homework help provision, class visits and everyday enquiry work.

Anne always tailors this course to local circumstances and learner needs.

The course is backed up with an extensive set of handouts.

Expected learning outcomes:

  • more awareness of current educational policies and practices
  • greater understanding of learning styles and personalised learning
  • fresh perspectives of the role of the library in supporting children’s learning
  • extra strategies for engaging children in learning
  • methods to encourage effective information and library skills
  • practical way to enhance class visits and homework provision
  • new ideas for library-school liaison

What people say about this course

Anne Harding was absolutely fantastic. Lots of opportunity to comment. Came up with good specific ideas.

The course leader was very encouraging and gave a really good balance of information and discussion opportunities.

Lots of relevant information to take away.