7/03/2020 : Cognitive Science Investigators Strategies Study Skills

Cognitive Science Investigators - new strategies for study skills

CityBrighton
CountyCornwall (GB033)
Date07/03/2020
Hours09:30
CategoriaEvents
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Brighton
Cornwall (GB033)
Tel 2020-03-07
Categoria Events
Cognitive Science Investigators Strategies Study Skills

This workshop aims to give delates an understanding of the evidence behind a range of key learning strategies incuding retrieval practice, spaced practice and dual coding.  Practical ways will be presented on how these strategies can be used to support students in learning more efficiently and effectively.  Delegates will feel equipped to pass these strategies on to the students they work with in order to prepare them for their further education studies.  The event will be suitable for teachers, tutors and SENCos. Presenters:  Jack Swales and Tom Freeman bring over 20 years of teaching experience to this workshop on the cognitive science of learning.  They both work at Oriel High School, a large 11-18 comprehensive school in Crawley. Jack is the Director of Learning for teacher training and continuing professional development.  His particular interest is bridging the gap between the science of learning and classroom practice.  He teaches Physics and Psychology and GCSE and A-level and has been inspired by the work of the Learning  Scientists to bring research-based evidence into his teaching and learning.

Tom is currently a teacher of Psychology and Physical Education.  He has taught sports psychology and the acquisition of skills for over ten years as well as Psychology for the last three.  He has previously been head of a learning community, specialising in behaviour and the progression of pupils' learning.  It is through these roles that he has been keenly interested in the subject of memory and improving performance.  He too looks at how theories based around these topics can be implemented on a day-to-day basis within a school environment. Please feel free to spread the word. You can find a copy of the flyer here. Doors open for registration and coffee at 9 a.m. ready for the event to start at 9.30 a.m. There will be a refreshment break mid morning and the event will finish at 12.30 p.m.
Click on the TICKETS link above to book. You need to purchase a ticket in advance, as there is no admission on the door on the day. Online booking closes at noon on Thursday 20 February 2020, or sooner if tickets sell out. FAQs Is parking available?  There is parking available on the campus, on the left hand side as you enter the university grounds. The university is introducing parking charges from 23 September 2019. Further details will be available in due course. Although we try to avoid times when there are university or football events on the same day, there are occasions when capacity may be reduced. Unfortunately, we may not have pre-notification of this. Can I arrive by public transport? You can reach the event easily by bus (Number 25) or train (Falmer Station).
For further guidance copy and paste the following into your browser: https://www.brighton.ac.uk/about-us/contact-us/maps/brighton-maps/falmer-campus.aspx Campus map and directions in PDF format: http://about.brighton.ac.uk/common/images/maps/pdfs/falmer.pdf Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, we will have a list of attendees and you do not need a printed ticket, but you must have purchased a ticket in advance. There is no entry on the door. Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes, if you are unable to attend a colleague may take your place. Please email us to let us know.so we can  update our record and provide an attendance certificate. What if I can't use my ticket? If you are unable to attend, please email us to let us know by e-mail, so we can offer the place to anyone on the wait list.  Please be aware that Eventbrite may charge a small admin fee for any refund given in this case.
Are refreshments available? Yes, we will be providing refreshments on arrival and again at the mid-session break. Following the event you may use the on-site Atrium Cafe in the Checkland Building if you wish. Can I bring my child/children with me? This event is for adults aged 18 and over only. Any children and their accompanying adult will be declined entry. All attendees must purchase a suitable ticket in advance, but they will not be refundable if entry is declined. Do I have to bring a laptop or other device to the event? No, it is entirely optional.

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