In this course you will learn...

  • The latest cognitive science research into how we learn and its implications for curriculum design and implementation (teaching).

  • The course will centre around the premise that learning is a change to long-term memory; it takes a long time to happen and is invisible to see in the short term.

  • This will be explored through 5 cognitive principles:

  • Cognitive Principle 1: We are naturally curious but poor at thinking

  • Cognitive Principle 2: Knowledge is the basis for creativity

  • Cognitive Principle 3: We remember what we think about

  • Cognitive Principle 4: Proficiency takes practice

  • Cognitive principle 5: Most students think and learn in a similar way

  • The course is teaming with examples to help you think about your curriculum and the way that it is taught

  • Includes 76 practical take-aways to help implement the ideas in your school


Making It Stick: The science of successful learning
Individual £125 + VAT
3 users + 4th user free £375 + VAT
5 - 10 users £500 + VAT
11 - 20 users £650 + VAT
21-50 users £800 + VAT
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Users have 14 days to access the course. Individual users paying by credit card are granted immediate access. Individual and group users requesting to pay by invoice are required to select a date for the course to start. Courses can be stopped, started and rewound during the access period as required. Courses don't need to be completed all in one sitting. Users can also go back and watch parts again during the access period. All the resources can be saved and downloaded for future use (apart from the videos which are embedded). Please do this during the access period as once the course has expired the resources can't be accessed via the course. Please note that the course and materials are for use by the purchasing individual only. Additional users should register separately either as an individual or as a group. Videos and materials cannot be shared full screen with staff via an individual login. This is expressly forbidden and group access must be purchased in order to do this. On completion of the course users will receive a certificate so that a record of online C.P.D. can be kept.