The Let Me Learn Resource Center is designed to provide you with a wide range of articles, reports, and in-depth papers on its implementation with learners of all ages. We welcome contributions from Let Me Learn members. Please contact us if you would like to submit written materials for inclusion in the LML Resource Center.
- Secondary Teachers Use Let Me Learn: Secondary teachers explain their success using the Let Me Learn Process®.
- Educational Leadership, “Using the Learning Combination Inventory”
- NJEA Reporter Article: “If you Let Them Build, they Will Learn.”
- Reflections: Graduate students reflect on the impact of the Let Me Learn process on themselves and others.
- Let Me Learn and the College Retention Challenge:
- Developing Metacognitive Engineering Teams, Newell, Dahm, Harvey, and Newell
- Let Me Learn®, un sistema de aprendizaje para toda la vida aplicado a la formación en TICs de profesores universitarios
- Bridging Disciplines and Setting Up Diverse Teams: Effective teams based on differing learning connections can be set up in business and higher educational contexts, Marcellino
- A Teambuilding Model for the Educational Leadership Classroom, Marcellino
- The Effects of Innovative Teaching on Student Growth in Knowledge of Economics and the Intentional Use of Their Learning Processes, Kressler
- Applying Learning Pattern Theory to Electronic Portfolio Development: Navigating On-going Programmatic Evaluation
- Let Me Learn in-service training: A teacher’s experience, Calleja and Montebello
- Vee Heuristics, Concept Mapping And Learning Patterns: Merging Metacognitive Tools And Learning Processes To Improve Facilitation Of Learning With Primary Children, Vanhear and Johnston
- One size doesn’t fit all: Achieving accountability through application of learning patterns, Jorgensen
- The Interactive Learning Model: Intentional Learning Fosters Cultural Change At Foothill College, Pearle
- Atlantic City Press: Rowan professor’s system identifies learning patterns.
- Educational Leadership Magazine: The odds for success in the classroom increase when teachers and students understand how people differ in their approaches to learning tasks and then use that understanding to create strategies for learning.
- Issues in Education: Dr. Mark Myers conducts a radio interview with Dr. Christine Johnston.
- Mark’s Story: : An essay addressing the need to support all learners
- How We Learn: The Brain-Mind Connection
- As a Parent, Getting Started: How parents can use Let Me Learn theories and practices to help their children succeed
- LML In Action (Video): This video presentation delves into the essence of the Let Me Learn® program, showing how it is transforming education everywhere it is implemented.You will need the Macromedia Flash plug-in to watch this video. If you don’t have it installed, please download it here.