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Research Based Revision Resources

Discussion in 'Heads of department' started by andrewhare, Apr 18, 2019.

  1. andrewhare

    andrewhare New commenter

    Hello


    I have been teaching science for 10 years now and for the past 4 years I have been using my background in Psychology to develop resources linked to the learning process, brain function and how they should inform our student revision programmes. So I have recently decided to start a channel on YouTube called The Revision Guy to specialise in the Revision process after many students telling me they didn’t know how to revise. After a little bit of research on Instagram and You Tube, 2 things are obvious 1. Some students across the country are not making the most of their revision effort 2. Most of the revision advice on YouTube is delivered by 16-18 year old students who don’t really know how to revise and are just telling students to copy what they did.


    My channel is in its early stages and I need your help to allow me to increase the number of students I can support with some really good revision advice, So if possible could you check out my YouTube channel using the link and if you like the message I am trying to pass onto our students please subscribe and share with your learners and help me take back control of the revision advice of our students!


    Thank You


    Andrew Hare aka The Revision Guy


    https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCUqWC1kWd8XMSdeFYrJYWYw
     
  2. caterpillartobutterfly

    caterpillartobutterfly Star commenter

    I hope to goodness you aren't helping them to revise basic grammar!
     
    Flanks likes this.

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