Tag: Memory Clock

Effective Revision Strategies: an afternoon of research evidence and impact

4 December 2018

This afternoon we were delighted to welcome delegates to Sandringham Research School to explore the research evidence on effective revision and to consider how best to use these effectively at school. We started by looking at a Sandringham firm favourite – Strengthening the Student Toolbox (2013) by Dunlosky – which provides a very clear overview of the most and least effective […]

Author: Karen Roskilly - Sandringham Research School Lead
Posted on: 4 December 2018
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Metacognition and self-regulation

09:30–15:00 on 12 July 2019

Back by popular demand – we are offering a second chance in 2018-19 to attend this very popular course. Metacognition and self-regulated learning is one of the most accessed strands of the EEF’s Teaching and Learning Toolkit and has been identified to improve student progress by eight additional months.  However, many are not yet clear […]

Posted on: 20 November 2018
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Effective Revision Workshop

14:00–16:00 on 3 December 2018

The revision students do to prepare for examinations can play a critical role in their success.  However, students don’t always choose the most effective ways to revise.  In this workshop, we will explore the evidence base on revision, identify the most effective approaches and explore a whole-school approach to communicating effective revision strategies to students. […]

Posted on: 6 November 2018
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Calling time on ineffective revision

24 February 2018

At Sandringham Research School, we’re really excited to get our hands on a copy of the next edition of the Impact journal from the Chartered College of Teaching. Sandringham’s Research Leads Kate Mouncey, Karen Roskilly and I wrote an article which features in the journal. The article focuses on the Memory Clock, a model we developed for students to help them revise more effectively. […]

Author: Dr Caroline Creaby, Sandringham Research School Director
Posted on: 24 February 2018
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