This is the 7th post in a series titled ‘All Things Group Work’. The home page is here. A lot of group member evaluations will
Cognitive Science v Neuroscience: retrieval at the start of a lesson or not?
Originally posted on Peer Reviewed Education Blog:
Photo by Markus Spiske on Pexels.com With the publication of a neuroscience paper on recall and memory we…
Principle of Learning #3 – Change
An eloquent presentation of the workings of working memory and the implications it holds for learning
Learning Design and the Biathlon
A biathlon is an amazing endurance event competed in winter climates. Originating from the real necessity of skiing in incredibly rugged terrain for long distances
Acronyms and initialisms – what’s the difference?
When I started my new job recently, I was absolutely bombarded with hundreds, nay, thousands of acronyms and initialisms. It’s been a revelation that so
Plenaries, not LO’s – that’s where it’s at.
There would be few teachers around the world who haven’t been advised to publish LO’s at the beginning of every lesson – to signal where
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