Schemas and Memory
Inside every educators' head are subject schemas — the meaningful connections of individual facts. If we want students to develop such schemas, why not show them as part of our teaching?Read
‘Inclusion & SEN’ How can this reduce (rather than add to) workloads?
Supporting students with additional needs and those with EAL and poor literacy skills need not be another thing. Better to tweak ‘mainstream’ techniques that benefit all students, including those with additional needs and, at the same time, reduce teaching workloads. Sounds crazy? Read on.
Empowering faculty to overcome Barriers to Student Progress
Is progress in your classroom, lab or workspace hindered by learners struggling to understand what great work looks like? Do your learners struggle to focus on learning from the moment they arrive? Do your learners have difficulty retrieving and revisiting content from previous sessions?