Tag: memory

Three messages to share with students about revision

25 November 2018

One of the key focuses of our Maximising Memory and the Science of Learning course is how we support students to revise. There is an increasing amount of evidence about what makes for effective study and revision, but it is still difficult to transfer this into practice, and certainly very difficult for students to be […]

Posted on: 25 November 2018
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Strategies to Memorise Quotations

7 October 2018

The new English Literature GCSE has a huge amount of content and with that the number of quotations students should know has increased. With so many quotations to learn, we want to support our students in being able to memorise them efficiently. Here are two evidence-informed strategies. […]

Posted on: 7 October 2018
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Training: Maximising Memory and the Science of Learning

10:00 on 7 December 2018–15:00 on 2 May 2019

New GCSEs and A Levels have significantly more content, have an increased challenge and are as high stakes as ever. Drawing on the latest research into memory and the science of learning, this course is designed to equip school leaders and teachers with the evidence based tools to tackle the demands of the new exams. […]

Posted on: 25 September 2018
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