Training programme – Improving memory
10:00–15:00 on 6 February 2019
Over recent years, schools and teachers have become increasingly interested in how students learn and the role of memory in this process. In this course, we will draw on evidence from cognitive science to explore how to design lessons, units of work and policies that encourage knowledge retention and put students on the path to success. This will be relevant and useful for primary and secondary colleagues.
- Which teaching methods have been shown to improve memory recall?
- How can better course and curriculum planning improve the depth and scope of student knowledge?
- What are the most effective revision strategies to teach our students?
- How can we best prepare students for content-rich exams?
Led by Andy Tharby and Chris Runeckles
Target audience: Primary and secondary Curriculum Leaders & classroom teachers
Dates: 19 November, 6 February, 10 June (Each day will run from 10am – 3pm)
Venue: The Research Centre, Durrington High School, The Boulevard, Worthing, West Sussex BN13 1JX
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For further details please contact Helen Fraser on firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted on 27 June 2018
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