£295

Training: Maximising Memory and the Science of Learning

Using cognitive science to support long-term learning

Training: Maximising Memory and the Science of Learning

This course aims to support teachers of all subjects to embed principles from cognitive science to support students' long term learning.

  • addDay 1
  • event4th February 2019 | 10:00am - 3:00pm
  • location_on Dixons Cottingley Academy, Cottingley New Road, Bingley, Avon, BD161TZ
  • addDay 2
  • event2nd May 2019 | 10:00am - 3:00pm
  • location_on Dixons Cottingley Academy, Cottingley New Road, Bingley, Avon, BD161TZ
  • addDay 3
  • event28th June 2019 | 10:00am - 3:00pm
  • location_on Dixons Cottingley Academy, Cottingley New Road, Bingley, Avon, BD161TZ

New GCSEs and A Levels have significantly more content, have an increased challenge and are as high stakes as ever. Drawing on the latest research into memory and the science of learning, this course is designed to equip school leaders and teachers with the evidence based tools to tackle the demands of the new exams.

Over the course of three days, delegates will explore the best available evidence and reflect on its application in their own context. They will examine how best to design lessons, curricula and revision so that students remember.

  • Day One – Monday 4th February
  • Day Two – Thursday 2nd May
  • Day Three – Friday 29th June

This course will be particularly useful for current and aspiring subject leaders, but the principles will apply for all teachers and school leaders. The focus will be on terminal examinations: GCSE and A Level.

The course costs £295 for all three days and will be held at Dixons Cottingley Academy. Schools can send an additional delegate for £75.

We are pleased to be working with Northern Lights Teaching School Alliance in the delivery of this programme.

Sign up here and please contact us if you would like further details: mmiller@dixonska.com

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About Bradford Research School

Bradford Research School at Dixons Academies works to improve educational outcomes for children within the Bradford Opportunity Area and ensure that all pupils have the same opportunities for success.

We do this by supporting schools to make better use of evidence to inform their teaching, learning and decision making. We develop successful existing local networks and build new ones, offer training and provide personal support in order to bring about long term improvement in the classroom.