Retrieval practice may appear to be the latest buzzword in mainstream education ... but in fact it is a very powerful learning strategy.
Retrieval Practice: Research and Resources for every classroom is a very practical book written by a teacher in the classroom for teachers and leaders in schools. This book combines educational research with examples of how retrieval practice can work inside and outside of the classroom.
Filled with evidence-informed ideas to support all teachers and leaders across Primary and Secondary. Retrieval practice is a vital element of the science of learning. Understanding how children learn is essential for all educators from NQTs to more experienced teachers and senior leaders.
The educational research is presented in a format which is accessible, useful and informative and will help inform educators about cutting-edge research in a comprehensive, clear and applicable way. The practical resources are adaptable and ready to be implemented in any classroom to support and enhance teaching, learning and long term memory.
About the author
Kate Jones is a Teacher of Humanities, History specialist and teacher of Politics. She is Head of History at the not-for-profit, leading co-educational and non-selective school The British School Al Khubairat. She has achieved SSAT Lead Practitioner. Former GCSE examiner. Writer, blogger and award winning international educational speaker and presenter.
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|No of pages||90|
|Publication Date||18 Oct 2019|