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The Butterfly Model Programmes - Getting The Grades - making the last few months count - revision and confidence skills for years 11, 12, 13 - Roy Leighton

The Three 'R's for Students - Results, Resilence and relationshipssummary of core competences for managing study, confidence and maturity

Roy Leighton

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Transcript of The Butterfly Model Programmes - Getting The Grades - making the last few months count - revision and confidence skills for years 11, 12, 13 - Roy Leighton

How to build a butterfly. Spiral Dynamics The Brain Do not try and make complicated things simple.
But not not make simple things complicated.

Clare W. Graves You cannot get your head to work if
your heart's not working first.

Dr A. Curran Chaos When a system is nonlinear and webbed
with feedback loops, repetition feeds the
change back on itself, causing it to amplify and grow. Strange Attractors The system suddenly takes off
in unexpected directions or
responds in surprising ways. Chaos is order
without predictability.

T. J. Cartwright From classical science, our culture has come to believe that small differences average out,
that slight variances converge toward a point, and that approximations can give a fairly
accurate picture of what might happen. But chaos theory exposes the nonlinear
dynamics, which in no way resemble the neat charts and figures we have drawn so skillfully. Consistency of approach Personalised learning Confidence Simple (but not simplistic) It's the brain stupid! Survival - Why am I doing this? Tribal - Who is in my tribe? Self - What is my goal, role, challenge and gain? Order - What is the plan,
process or objective? Enterprise -the challenge. Community - Sharing the success and creating networks of support (beyond the tribe) . Interconnected - Review. Cycle of evolution opportunity experience learning The block to evolution fear false expectations appearing real Multiple Intelligences Take the first step in faith. You do not have to see the whole staircase. Just take the first step. Martin Luther King There is no such thing as try.
Do or do not. interdependent prezi.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OujtZzqiD48 What's in it for you:

Five keys to independent learning
The Six Skills for Success
Multiple Intelligences (it is not if you're smart but how you're smart)
Link between learning and maturity
How to improve your memory by 400%
Using social media and 21st Century Technologies to raise attainment What is intelligence? There is nothing in our life that cannot be overcome with time, love, friendship and attention to the matter. Roy Leighton Improve your memory by 400% Passion System Imagination Review calculator
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Barrack Obama What is this? The Butterfly Model Programmes What are the six skills for success? B.E.C.O.M.E. Bravery Energy Creativity Openness Motivation (Self) Esteem Ken Robinson - RSA Animate www.born-to-learn.org twitter: coralchatter Daisaku Ikeda

I feel most deeply I have done something creative when I have thrown myself wholeheartedly into a task and fought it through unstintingly to it’s conclusion and thus have won a struggle to enlarge myself. It is a matter of sweat and tears. The creative life demands constant effort to improve one’s thoughts and actions. Perhaps the dynamism involved in the effort is the important thing. You will pass through storms, and you may suffer defeat. The essence of the creative life, however, is to persevere in the face of defeat and to follow the rainbow within your heart. Indulgence and indolence are not creative. Complaints and evasions are cowardly, and corrupt life’s natural tendency towards creation. The person who gives up the fight for creativeness is headed ultimately for the hell that destroys all life. You must never slacken in your efforts to build new lives for yourselves. Creativeness means pushing open the heavy door to life. This is not an easy struggle. Indeed, it may be the hardest task in the world. For opening the door to your own life is more difficult than opening the doors to the mysteries of the universe. But the act of opening your door vindicates your existence as a human being and makes life worth living. No one is lonelier or unhappier than the person who does not know the pure joy of creating a life for himself. To be human is not merely to stand erect and manifest reason and intellect: to be human in the full sense of the word it to lead a creative life. RESULTS RELATIONSHIPS RESILIENCE http://prezi.com/rgksmda13x7r/the-butterfly-model-value-create-educate/ Relationships - Resilience - Results www.wearecoral.com What am I going to keep doing? what am I going to start doing? What am I going to stop doing? MYTH!!!!!! http://www.creativelearningcentre.com/ http://tda.web6.devwebsite.co.uk/page_viewer.asp?page=The+Roy+Leighton+Partnership&pid=51 http://prezi.com/tu0mv19hib8r/chemistry-unit-2-tier-h-created-by-lily-leighton/
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