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David Fawcett - Why Can't Students Remember? - Pedagoo London 2014
David Fawcett - Why Can't Students Remember? - Pedagoo London 2014
David Fawcett - Why Can't Students Remember? - Pedagoo London 2014
David Fawcett - Why Can't Students Remember? - Pedagoo London 2014
David Fawcett - Why Can't Students Remember? - Pedagoo London 2014
David Fawcett - Why Can't Students Remember? - Pedagoo London 2014
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My presentation from Pedagoo London 2014 looking at why students forget what we've taught them and how we can use cognitive science principles to counteract this.

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  18. 18. How could we simply yet effectively... • Design lessons that had high levels of thinking? • Reduce cognitive overload? • Ensure new topics are learnt with high storage strength? • Order topics to help the learning of new information? • Practically implement spacing? • Introduce testing which is low stakes and fun? • Interleave previous topics in a manageable way? @davidfawcett27 @fbennett82
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