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
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“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