Sticky Learning in History

Suitable for: Subject Leaders, Teachers, ECT

Course code Keystages Presented by
HIS123 Foundation; KS1; KS2
  • Steven Kenyon* (Teaching and Learning Consultant - Primary History)

**Please use the email address for the delegate attending the course when booking a place**

To consider how learning occurs, is reinforced and can become part of the long-term memory.
To create and construct effective teaching sequences in history which enhance impact and transform learning
To explore strategies that can be applied in history which enable key ideas to be understood and remembered.
To adjust pedagogy in a way that impacts thinking and reflection far beyond the classroom.
To observe, categorise and connect new information with what we already know.

Why do certain ideas stick with us over time? What makes one concept sticky and another concept seem to disappear? This course is suitable for class teachers and history subject leaders; it will equip delegates with a greater understanding of 'sticky' learning in history whilst providing a wealth of strategies that reinforce, enhance and transform learning within effective teaching sequences.

For more information about this course please contact steven.kenyon@lancashire.gov.uk

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