9-1 GCSEs: Evidence-Based Practice to Improve Memory, Retention and Recall for the 'Knowledge Exams'
- 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, starts with the science of the teenage brain and builds into a range of practical, immediately implementable teaching and revision strategies to help students RETAIN knowledge, REVISE efficiently and RECALL the information in exams.
Full Course Content
This Course Aims to:
- Examine how educators can embrace the ‘plasticity’ of the teenage brain to improve knowledge retention and exam performance
- Loads of practical strategies, activities and resources which are proven to ensure greater knowledge retention
- A range of whole-school strategies and resources to kick start better knowledge retention in your school - immediately
MEMORY AND KNOWLEDGE
- The Rise of Knowledge – what you need to know
- Synapses or ‘how the teenage brain retains knowledge’?
- The wonder of you! - How to share the research with your students
- 5 strategies to develop anyone’s memory
MAKING KNOWLEDGE STICK
- Getting ‘stuck into’ long-term memory
- Remembering the ‘forgetting curve’
- A student’s guide to skilful self-testing
- 5 classroom strategies to make knowledge stick
REVISE AND RECALL
- ‘Bamboo Revision’ and how to avoid it
- School wide revision and recall - where, when and how to start
- ‘Relight my Fire’ – catchy revision proven to improve exam performance
- 5 most effective revision practices and how to sell them to students