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  • Introducing the CogSciSci site

    August 28, 2019 by

    The winds of educational change have blown radically over the last few years. Fierce debates within the education community have become fertile proving grounds for new ideas to be tested, new thoughts to be crystallised and new voices to be heard. Twitter has emerged as an incredible driving force, allowing like-minded professionals from all over… Read more

  • Guest post: Completing a #CogSciSci module (and lesson planning)

    April 2, 2020 by

    Abby Camilleri (@CamilleriMiss) is a Physics teacher at St Anne’s Academy in Middleton. She’s recently completed the (totally free!) CogSciSci Introduction to Cognitive Science module. Having submitted her end of module task (“Describe how you have used the characteristics of Long Term Memory and Working Memory to plan a lesson”) we asked Abby if she’d be… Read more

  • How to do a learning walk

    March 3, 2020 by

    We’ve had a couple of people on the CogSciSci forum ask for advice about learning walks and good ways to do them. We asked a few of our regular contributors for their brief thoughts on different aspects of observing learning and delivering feedback and we hope that you find their ideas helpful. As ever, if… Read more

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