Ten top tips for improving storage in, and retrieval from, long-term memory | Administrator

The process of learning is the interaction between our sensory memory and our long-term memory. Our sensory memory is made up of: what we see – this is called our […]

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Closing the vocabulary gap | Administrator

This article was written for SecEd magazine and first published in March 2018.  You can read the original version on the SecEd website here.   You can access the full archive of my columns for SecEd here.  When I spoke at SecEd’s Seventh National Pupil Premium and Ofsted Conference last year, I explained that one in four children … Continue reading “Closing the vocabulary gap”

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Ten top tips for improving storage in, and retrieval from, long-term memory | Administrator

The process of learning is the interaction between our sensory memory and our long-term memory. Our sensory memory is made up of: what we see – this is called our iconic memory; what we hear – our echoic memory; and what we touch – our haptic memory. Our long-term memory is where new information is … Continue reading “Ten top tips for improving storage in, and retrieval from, long-term memory”

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Ten top tips for gaining the attention of working memory | Administrator

The process of learning is the interaction between our sensory memory and our long-term memory. Our sensory memory is made up of: what we see – this is called our iconic memory; what we hear – this is called our echoic memory; and what we touch – our haptic memory. Our long-term memory is where … Continue reading “Ten top tips for gaining the attention of working memory”

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