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Why do some teaching methods work better than others?

Discussion in 'Professional development' started by katieshort9, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. katieshort9

    katieshort9 New commenter

    It can be frustrating being told to use certain teaching methods but not having any evidence to explain how or why they support learning. A new project I'm involved in allows teachers to delve deeper into the science of learning and ask neuroscientists and psychologists about how and why young people learn.

    This is a great, free CPD opportunity covering a different topic each fortnight between now and June. The first live chat is 8pm-9pm tonight on the topic of Learning and Remembering and you can post questions to the site at any time. To get involved, just go to https://learning.imascientist.org.uk/

    I hope you find it useful!
     

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