The ‘Teaching to Remember’ INSET day is a wonderful opportunity for teachers to learn how to improve their own memories whilst experiencing the effectiveness of 14 powerful learning-to-learn techniques.
This whole day, in-school training course is a highly interactive, multisensory experience packed with pupil-friendly, creative and hugely effective tools, tips, strategies and methods.
Learning to Remember is specifically for primary teachers and support staff. It can be run at any time of the year in your school hall, or a venue of your choice. All delegates will require desks.
It is a full day workshop bursting at the seams with great learning to learn tools, practical exercises, advice and memory busting hints and tips.
In addition to being highly practical, this course is an entertaining, empowering and highly creative learning experience, ideal for schools whose staff need a creative boost and would like to incorporate memory-improvement techniques into their teaching.
During the course teachers will discover how powerful their own memories are and experience many practical ideas to make learning fun, rewarding and memorable.
Teachers will be empowered with a range of learning to learn techniques.
The course has 2 main aims: To help teachers feel more confident in their own ability to remember things and to provide them with instantly usable techniques in class and in many other areas of life!
This course encourages staff to remember, understand, apply, analyse, evaluate and create.
Staff will leave feeling motivated and empowered and will be equipped with a large range of learning to learn techniques including memory systems, note-making information linking systems.