Friday, January 11 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Effective Online Revision (129)

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Most students – especially in comprehensive schools – use ineffective learning methods. After researching this issue, we’ve developed a new learning system that is offered free of charge. A randomised controlled trial revealed that pupils using this system performed two times better than their peers. This study has featured in School Science Review, but the ASE. My session will discuss the cognitive science behind making learning more effective, engaging and equal across society.

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Dr Flavia S Belham

Chief Scientist, Seneca Learning
I am the Chief Scientist at Seneca Learning (www.senecalearning.com), a free revision and homework platform based on cognitive sciences and evidence. My job is to ensure we follow the academic research on how pupils learn and the most effective ways to help them achieve their potential... Read More →

Friday January 11, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Biosciences NG08