There are several benefits to pre-learning, which refers to studying material in advance of its actual use or implementation. Here are some of the benefits:
Increased comprehension: Pre-learning helps pupils to familiarise themselves with the material, so that when they encounter it again, they will already have a foundation of knowledge to build upon. This can help children to better understand and retain the information.
Reduced stress: By preparing in advance, pupils can reduce the stress and anxiety that comes with 'not knowing' what is going to be taught. This can help children to feel more confident and prepared when it comes to lessons as they already have some understanding of the topic area.
Improved performance: Pre-learning can improve pupils’ performance on tasks or assessments, as they will have a better understanding of the material and be better able to apply it.
Deeper learning: Pre-learning can help pupils to achieve deeper learning, as they will have more time to reflect on and integrate the material, rather than just trying to memorise it.
Overall, pre-learning is a valuable strategy that can help you to improve pupils learning outcomes and reduce stress and anxiety.
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