Can your students retain the huge amount of information they need to succeed in their new-style 'knowledge exams'?
Is your school adapting teaching strategies and revision practices to ensure students recall that information in high-stakes exams?
Do you want a range of immediately implementable strategies which guarantee improved performance in 'knowledge exams'?
This course, for teachers and leaders at all levels, explains the science of the teenage brain and introduces a range of practical, immediately implementable teaching and revision strategies to help students RETAIN knowledge, REVISE efficiently and RECALL the information in exams.
The essence of metacognition: how do we learn and remember? From neuroscience to cognitive psychology
Plasticity, Neurotransmitters and ’The Semantic Explicit’ or ‘how the teenage brain works’
‘Me and My Brain’ - an effective whole-school approach to improving neural health and metacognition
Practical, proven strategies to develop anyone’s memory: teachers, students and parents
The Rise of the Knowledge Curriculum: theory into policy and practice
Retrieval Practice and Spaced Learning in the curriculum and the classroom
‘Six the Sticks’: practical classroom strategies to ensure the most important knowledge is retained
Assessment design and marking strategies to ensure maximum retention and recall
The ‘Four Rs’ for Students: Retain, Retrieve, Revise, Repeat
School-wide approaches to revision and recall - where, when and how to start
Ineffective ‘Bamboo’ Revision and how to avoid it
The 10 most effective revision practices and how to sell them to your students
“I thought this training was brilliant. I feel very inspired! Lots of excellent information that I didn't before and I also liked that we have gained lots of practical ideas too. It was presented in an engaging manner- I Liked that there were lots of tasks.”Head of Department , Wetherby Senior School