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Teaching about listening

Feeling secure in your subject knowledge is always a great way to feel more confident in your teaching. Read on for more helpful information about the art of active listening.

What the research says…

Find out about the scientific evidence behind the wellbeing strategies suggested in our lessons.

Active listening

Active listening involves paying close attention to what someone is saying and demonstrating this by using both verbal and non-verbal cues.

The L.A.T.E.R framework

L.A.T.E.R. is the acronym for Listening, Acknowledgment, Talk. Encouragement and Review, a framework developed by circle-time expert, Professor Sue Roffey.