The QWERTY® staged thinking technique, and associated Forget-Me-Nots, offer practical strategies to support your child in English, Maths, and a swathe of other subjects (and not just those in an educational setting!).
In this practical session, chock-full of examples, Got-a-Head? will show you how you can use QWERTY® and other tools to support your child’s learning. They will demonstrate ways that you can help your child increase intellectual challenge, enhance their creativity, and make them more confident learners.
Rowena Love and Mark Lawrence are a husband-and-wife team with a background in education and software development. They are passionate about helping children to think more effectively, and not just in an academic setting. Enhancing children’s creativity and confidence through effective cognitive strategies is at the heart of what they do. QWERTY® is one of their key techniques, along with tools they call Forget-Me-Nots, which you will learn about in their sessions (along with loads of practical examples). You can read more about them and their company Got-A-Head®? on their website https://www.got-a-head.com/