The Science of Learning for Teachers - email course

How does "free teacher CPD" sound?

There is so much research out there that could help you improve your students’ learning – but not enough time to read it all, especially with a busy teacher’s schedule.

While we haven’t found a way to magically give you more time for research-reading, we’ve done even better: we have condensed everything you need to know as a teacher into a seven-part email course.

Learn practical, evidence-based strategies to use in your classroom, without having to cut down on lesson planning or much-needed rest. Simply fill out the form on the right to receive an email every week – and while the emails will be short enough to be worth your time, they will be full of resources for you to dig deeper if you would like.

Curious? Here are the topics you will learn about on this “Science of Learning for Teachers” email course:

  • Goals, aspirations and expectations: read about the importance of goal setting, find concrete strategies to help your students set goals and learn about the power of having high expectations for them.
  • Learning starts outside of the classroom: find out why sleep and breakfast are so important, how to teach students to manage their electronics and learn about the role of parents in their child’s success at school.
  • Being prepared to learn: find out what the optimal learning conditions are for students and how to create them, from strategies to improve concentration and focus to tips to stop them from getting distracted or falling victims to the myth of multi-tasking.
  • Creating a psychologically smart classroom: dig deeper with practical teaching strategies taken straight from cognitive and educational psychology – read about how to create the right environment for learning, how to present information to make sure it sticks and find out which biases and quirks of the brain you should look out for in education.
  • Developing resilience and a growth mindset: understand one of the most important concepts in education, why it matters and how you can help your students develop their mindset.
  • Metacognitive strategies: learn more about the benefits of metacognition and how to improve it in your classroom.
  • Revision and exams: find out what the best and worst ways to revise are from years of research around memory and learning, and help your students prepare efficiently for exams.

Does this all sound interesting? Fill out the form on the right-hand side of this page to receive an email every week for 7 weeks that will help you become the best teacher you can be, with evidence-based strategies and resources.

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