Everything teachers need to kw about the brain and how we really learn - and what that suggests for how they should teach.Everyone is curious about the brain - including your learners! There is a great deal of research about the brain and learning that supports what we already kw about effective teaching and learning, as well as providing additional kwledge about learning, memory and the classroom environment that can help teachers to become even more confi dent and eff ective in the work they do with children and learners. In this book you will find relevant and up-to-date information from two neuroscientists and a leading education writer who is also an advanced skills teacher, working together to unpack, in an easy-to-read and instantly useable way,things that will help your learners to learn better.
Richard Churches is Principal Adviser for Research and Evidence Based Practice at Education Development Trust (formerly CfBT Education Trust), the world-leading education consultancy. Eleanor Dommett joined the Open University in 2009 as a lecturer in psychology. In 2015 she joined King's College London as a senior lecturer in psychology to teach on the new BSc psychology programme. Ian Devonshire is a neuroscientist and science communicator who has a track record of applying information about how the brain works in novel fields.