Memory training "Memory and how to hack it!" by Robin Launder(ID 675)
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A regular conference speaker, Robin Launder presents on a range of educational matters, but his two main focuses are behaviour management and (the topic for his London Wide session) the neuroscience of how we learn. He has worked as a lead English teacher in a busy comprehensive, as a middle leader in an outstanding Pupil Referral Unit, and as a SIP in a London borough. He is a regular contributor to TESPro, Teach Primary and various other journals and magazines. As anyone who has seen him speak can tell you, Robin’s sessions are pacey, fun and informative. You will certainly laugh out loud. You might even cry a little. But either way you will learn loads and leave highly motivated to apply what you’ve learn to your educational setting.
Memory and how to hack it!
Learning is memory – or to put it another way, if what we teach doesn’t enter the long-term memory of our students then actually we haven’t taught them anything.
So, then, how can we hack the memory process so that learning (and progress, achievement and better grades) can happen? Robin’s session will show you how. It will get to the very heart (well, the brain) of how to teach effectively, you’ll get up-to-date neuroscience (in very manageable and memorable chunks) linked to specific teaching approaches and strategies. Whatever you do, don’t forget to come along to this session. Tie a knot in your hanky if you need to, but don’t forget.
Robin Launder will demonstrate how to ensure that all teaching staff are making changes in their student's long-term memory so that REAL learning takes place.
This training is suitable for both primary and secondary phases.
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This is a stand-alone session aimed at supporting teachers to access the long-term memory of students and ensure that real learning (and progress) can take place.
This event will be held at The King John School:
The King John School
This event will be held in the meeting room in the Humanities block which is situated at the rear of The King John School. Please come to the school entrance on Benfleet Road and park in the car park at the rear. The Humanities Block is located to the left of the car park and participants will be able to sign in at reception there.
Please can all delegates ensure they arrive at their destination 5-10 minutes prior to the start of the event. This will allow time for delegates to sign in at reception and be escorted to the meeting room.
BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS
Should delegates wish to cancel a place on a course you must notify the Benfleet Teaching School Alliance Manager, Denise Mair at DeniseM@thekjs.com.
Failure to attend a course will be considered a cancellation and as such no refund will be offered. If you cancel a place on a fee-paying course within four working weeks, 50% of the fee paid will be reimbursed. Cancellations received within two working weeks will incur the full fee paid. Non-attendance of funded or free places without notification of extenuating circumstances within 48 hours will result in a charge to the school/organisation of £35 per session. Please inform us if you are unable to attend as this may allow another delegate to attend in your place.
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