Becky is an ever-enthusiastic primary school teacher - and a relentless optimist and life-long adventurer - who has been using learning power approaches in various settings for over a decade. From embedding the Learning Power Approach in Key Stage 1 and early years classrooms in the UK, to adapting it for use with adults while teaching foreign languages at the 'End of the World' (Ushuaia, in southernmost Argentina), she constantly strives to enhance her practice in order to nurture more resilient, engaged and reflective learners.Guy Claxton is Emeritus Professor at Winchester University and Visiting Professor of Education at King's College London. He has previously taught and researched at Oxford University, Bristol University, and the University of London Institute of Education, and is an internationally renowned cognitive scientist. Guy's books include Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind; Wise Up: The Challenge of Lifelong Learning; The Wayward Mind; and Intelligence in the Flesh. Recent books on education include What's the Point of School?; Building Learning Power; and, with Bill Lucas and others, New Kinds of Smart; The Learning Powered School; and Educating Ruby. Guy's Building Learning Power approach to teaching is widely used in all kinds of schools across the UK, as well as in Poland, Dubai, Indonesia, India, China, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, and Argentina.