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Sticky Teaching and Learning: How to make your students remember what you teach them
By Caroline Bentley Davies
Provides busy teachers with a toolkit of practical techniques designed to make learning as 'sticky' as possible for their students.
Bestselling author Caroline Bentley-Davies' work as a teacher trainer, GCSE examiner and pupil revision session expert means that she has first-hand experience of how to make learning stick. She noticed that her fellow teachers were clamouring for more guidance on how to help their students remember the content covered in their lessons and how to be more independent in their learning.
Essentially, these teachers want to know how to make learning 'stick'.
In Sticky Teaching and Learning, Caroline answers this call by identifying those most important aspects of teaching that contribute to long-term learning - and sets out how to deliver content in such a way that it stays in pupils' memories for longer and can be used to secure effective learning.
Underpinned by a blend of research and theory, the tried-and-tested approaches that Caroline shares are closely tied to classroom realities that will be familiar to all teachers. She delves into the role of planning as an important foundation for achieving long-term retention and improved recall on the part of students, and also shares guidance on how to secure maximum participation - so that there are no passengers sitting on the sidelines of the lesson.