Learning: Research led teaching and learning – or can neuroscience actually help

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Date(s) - 24/01/2019
10:00 am - 3:30 pm


ISA House

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Neuroscience is often quoted in support of the latest learning fad which arrives like a flare over the educational landscape, but dims even more rapidly. However, an intelligent incorporation of peer-reviewed and school-tried neuroscientific based strategies into everyday practice can reap huge rewards.

Research led schools and active research organisations find that the development of pedagogy and teaching best practice becomes second nature and a continuous process, rather than a once a year staff discussion.

The course will be of interest to any school that wishes to examine their own teaching and learning practice in the light of modern research, and who would like to develop the skills of undertaking action research within their own organisation.

The course will include:

  • What current neuroscience research is telling us about how we learn, remember and recall
  • Debunking the learning myths
  • Learning research that has been embedded in good practice and the rewards it has brought
  • Taking the grind out of staying up to date
  • How to undertake action research in your own school

Course tutor: Paul Bevis

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