Memory, pedagogy and developing long term learning through the curriculum
16 March 2020
- With a greater focus on the curriculum and long-term learning in the new framework, this one-day course looks more closely at how we can enhance pupils’ long term memory through the way we teach pupils and design the curriculum. A greater emphasis on pupils knowing and remembering more provides the wider context underpinning the day.
- The concept of long term learning is explored through reflecting on the memory and how it works in different ways including the development of schemas. The implications of this are applied to the pedagogical practices used in lessons and these will be explored through the lens of Rosenshine’s principles of teaching, graphic organisers and other retrieval/ cognitive strategies.
- The final aspect of the day will explore the importance of curriculum design and its role in developing pupils’ long-term memory.
Aimed at all schools (Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders,governors)
Please Note: This is an additional course to the ActVate Central Membership Core Programme
Session 1 (16/03/2020 08:45 - 15:30 session)
|Seminar Host||Seminar Name||Seminar Schedule|
|Paul Longden||Memory, pedagogy and developing long term learning through the curriculum||16/03/2020 08:45 - 15:30|