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Dr Edmunds 🧲 🛰 🚀 2m
A couple of people have asked for some physics KS5 resources; instead of emailing out I've created an additional page. I'll add to what's up over time (but I mainly use some fantastic booklets at KS5 which aren't mine to share)
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Adam Boxer Sep 12
New page on the site! Probably the best reading list you'll find, aimed at helping you answer your questions about cognitive science and promote evidence based practice in your school - please read and share!
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Paul A. Kirschner Sep 13
What is cognitive science and does it have to offer to teachers/teaching? Go to the CogSciSci “go-bag” where the community has brought together lots of blogs, articles and research to help you answer the question “Why are you doing that?”
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Adam Wray 8m
just getting going with roulettes...some of my students really getting down about it and just want me to teach them it... Does it work well for students who didn't even process it into memory the first time?? Their likely. Pass rate is 1 in 10
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Mr Drury 24h
Switching between distance-time and velocity-time graphs is always a struggle. Lining them up directly helps pupils see how they relate and reduces cognitive load. Plus - love a handmade worksheet!
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Michael Adenekan Sep 15
Edexcel A Level Chemistry: Topic 1 SLOP Booklet/Questions: Will be creating for all AS/A2 Topics as I go through/teach them this year. Classwork/Homework Activities securing Knowledge.
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Dr Gawron Sep 10
Using hexagons to aid revision with S3 chemists today. Great effort!
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Niki Kaiser (K Chem) Sep 16
One of my favourite writers/speakers on Cog Sci, Sci and all that stuff explains things so well here: the applications, but also the caveats and considerations. "It's not the be all and end all!" We have to teach well, too!
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Adam Robbins Sep 12
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BioRach Sep 12
is looking for teachers to write practice papers for Kerboodle, specifically Biology, Chemistry and combined Sciences! They're happy to pay for the paper as well. Let me know if you're interested and I'll forward you the editor's email.
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Dr Edmunds 🧲 🛰 🚀 Sep 14
***NEW RESOURCES*** This year we're doing much more retrieval throughout the year, and increasing the spacing gaps. New page on the site; these are some resources that I'll be getting students to use to help them go back over prior content.
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Sophietheteacher Esq. 🙋‍♀️🧪 Sep 17
Goodness, my year 8 boys are going to be very hard work. All tips for dealing with boisterous boys, that I only see once a week, gratefully received.
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Adam Boxer Sep 10
Great thread in the email group full of teachers discussing research into discovery-based learning and practical science. Wouldn't have happened five years ago. See 👇👇 for more.
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Louie Evans Sep 10
Trying to include regular retrieval practice in my lessons and be more mindful about my questioning and modelling. Feels like the pace of lessons has slowed down a lot and I’m concerned about getting through the syllabus. Anyone else?
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Amanda Moody Sep 13
Love this! Everything you ever wanted to know about the research on learning broken down by topic and with a real focus on practical application “Why are we marking?” “How can I explain to students how to study?” “What will improve a student’s memory?”
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Katie Izzard-Clark 23h
Ok , what is the "best" way to track progress? I know does a lot of this, but I haven't really read into it too much. Thoughts and ideas please!
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Mr Holliday Sep 18
Anyone got a template they use for delivering whole class feedback? I'm looking to redevelop mine.
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Miss Judge Sep 17
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Rebecca Flint Sep 11
Thoughts please? Is there a place for triple science in schools? retweet please!
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Oxford Science Sep 16
Cognitive science: what is it and what does it mean for science teachers? provides an introduction on our blog:
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