Supporting the memory: strategies and techniques to retain and retrieve knowledge in science RX035 / AC05
Who is the course leader?
- explain how the working memory and long-term memory interact to process and store information;
- describe the cognitive science theories that underpin retention and recall of knowledge, and how these apply to scientific understanding;
- use strategies from cognitive science theories such as cognitive load, spaced learning, retrieval practice and elaborative interrogation in your teaching to help build deeper understanding and long-term recall of scientific knowledge and skills.
|1. Understanding the nature of human memory||14 February 2022||15:00-16:00||Virtual|
|2. Cognitive load theory||14 February 2022||16:00-17:00||Virtual|
|3. Strategies and techniques 1||07 March 2022||15:00-16:00||Virtual|
|4. Strategies and techniques 2 & putting it into practice||07 March 2022||16:00-17:00||Virtual|
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£100.00 +VAT|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£200.00 +VAT|
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