EducationFest 2019Dual Coding & Working Memory


Map And Compass
@Mirjam said "What you KNOW determines what you SEE and not the other way around. One good quote from ⁦‪@P_A_Kirschner‬⁩ on the 'knowledge half-life myth' – his ⁦keynote at #EducationFest is well worth watching!"@5naureen discusses Dual Coding & Working Memory from the No Easy Answers website. The first point about Dual Coding is that it can help teachers to improve their explanations.How to Get Primary Students to Remember. Jon Brunskill on the most important educational theory you’ve probably never heard of...
How To Use Retrieval Practice To Improve LearningHow To Use Retrieval Practice To Improve LearningLight Bulb Moment
From the Retrieval Practice website's library. What if you could raise students’ grades from a C to an A?From the Retrieval Practice website's library. How can we help students apply what they have learned from one lesson, class or school to another?How to Get Primary Students to Remember. Jon Brunskill on the most important educational theory you’ve probably never heard of...
Recommended Books Recommended Books Semantic And Episodic Memory
Check out the Retrieval Practice website's recommended books, reports and e-books.Check out the Retrieval Practice website's research summaries.MEMORY NOT MEMORIES – TEACHING FOR LONG TERM LEARNING.
Learning What Is it? Contents PageEducationFest 2018 Slides Takehomes
Poor Proxies For Learning Slide
@Clairecuthbert9 said "This is a cracking document – and provided lots of food for thought – definitely worth a read." ⁦Learning. What is it and how might we catalyse it?@adamboxer1's slides from  #EdFest 2018.
Knowledge at the core: how to live an enriched life. Knowing lots about something...
Five Things I Wish I knew When I started Teaching. Just because they’re engaged doesn’t mean they’re learning anything.
The Learning Curriculum Periodic Table Metacognition Slide
From the Institute for teaching. Read about The Learning Curriculum.What I learned from learning the periodic table and other thoughts on memory.
From the IMPROVING TEACHING website.
Why Primary Teachers Need To Know About Metacognition ... approaches are powerful levers for boosting learning ... we need to spend time looking at how to do this well.
Cognitive Memory Science Of LearningA Student
From the American Federation of Teachers. ASK THE COGNITIVE SCIENTIST What Will Improve a Student’s Memory?Read THE SCIENCE OF LEARNING from the DEANS FOR IMPACT website. Pragmatic Education asks Why don’t students remember what they’ve learned?
Association for Psychological ScienceA Computer Inside a Head
Space Rocket
Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques. A paper from the Association for Psychological Science. METACOGNITION AND SELF-REGULATED LEARNING. A guidance report from the Education Endowment Foundation.Thanks to Tom Sherrington of Teacherhead for recommending Teaching and Learning Research Summaries: A collection for easy access.
Students Walking RoundUsing MnemonicsAmazon Book
Putting Students on the Path to Learning. The Case for Fully Guided Instruction, from the American Federation of Teachers.From the "That Boy Can Teach" blog. Using Mnemonics For Retrieval Practice. What is a mnemonic?"See the Amazon book Making Every Lesson Count. Six principles to support great teaching and learning.