Retrieve Retain Revise by Carmel Bones 2020-21

Next Session: March 15, 2021 | 3:30pm - 5:00pm
£45

An exciting new collaboration with Carmel Bones entitled Retrieve, Retain, Revise will take place as a live webinar from 3.30pm to 5pm on Monday, 15th March 2021.

An opportunity to explore some tried and tested ideas to help students commit information to memory

This webinar session will provide a pic ‘n’ mix of practical take-away ‘how to’ classroom (real or remote) strategies. These approaches can help make learning ‘sticky’ and enable your students to retain, retrieve and revise the information required for exam success.

Presented by experienced education consultant Carmel Bones this engaging workshop organised by Alban Teaching School Alliance showcases versatile techniques which take cognitive science into account and can be adapted to suit your subject, your students and their starting points.

Who is this course for?

Teachers

Meet the Facilitator

Carmel Bones is thrilled to be invited to deliver sessions for the Alban Teaching School Alliance. She works extensively in schools across the UK with groups of teachers, departments, multi academy trusts and local authorities focusing on all aspects of learning and teaching real and remote.

In 2020 she was listed in the prestigious Edtech50 for her innovative work bringing the historic environment to life through virtual visits as part of teacher and student webinars. Her highly acclaimed new Key Stage 3 series ‘Explain This’ for BBC Teach explaining key concepts launched in April 2020. She formed part of the national BBC Daily Bitesize lockdown team producing tailored content for home learning. At Key Stage 4 her secondary content work with Clickview and Hodder was nominated for the Bett Awards 2020 and Teach Secondary Awards 2020. She has new BBC projects planned for 2021.

Carmel co-authored the Amazon best-selling Hodder ‘My Revision Notes’ for GCSE History AQA and OCR B GCSE. In addition, she is an A’ Level and GCSE examiner working on the ‘Inside Exams’ podcast with AQA