In a 10-part series for SecEd, Matt Bromley seeks to answer the question of “how students learn”, considering the practical implications for teachers and classroom practice.
He considers how both sensory and long-term memory works and the role of our working memory – and what all this means for classroom practice.
He focuses on how we can teach to give our students the best chance of retaining information and knowledge – especially on how we can build the skills of recall and memory in our students.
Much of the series is built around three key steps to help improve memory and recall:
Matt looks at each step in turn, offering practical advice and tips for classroom practice.
Register now, read forever
Thank you for visiting SecEd and reading some of our content for professionals in secondary education. Register now for free to get unlimited access to all content.
Unlimited access to news, best practice articles and podcast
New content and e-bulletins delivered straight to your inbox every Monday and Thursday
Already have an account? Sign in here