Webinar - What Memory Strategies Support Effective Learning?
DATE: Tuesday, 9 March 2021
TIME: 3.30pm to 4.30pm
VENUE: Online via Zoom
‘Remember? We’ve just talked about this!’
First in a series of presentations on ‘Learning to be a Learner’, this webinar explores why some children forget things all the time and what teacher and learner strategies can help improve memory and support effective learning. This webinar explores a host of practical ideas and resources to maximise memory function in learning. The session is suitable for mainstream class teachers, SEN teachers, SNAs and all those interested in understanding, responding and empowering the forgetful learner.
Dr. Suzanne Parkinson is an experienced educational psychologist who has worked for the last three decades in education. Suzanne started her career as a primary school teacher and worked in mainstream schools and as a shared SET teacher for a number of years. Following her training as an educational psychologist in Queen’s University, Belfast she worked in educational psychology service settings nationally and internationally. She has been involved in teacher education since 2002. Award winning author of the ‘My Learner ID Series’ (www.mylearnerid.com), an innovative new programme which supports children learning to be learners, Suzanne’s research interests are in learner identity, learner wellbeing and assessment. She is passionate about the application of psychology to education and is the 2020 recipient of the Psychological Society of Ireland’s Contribution to Psychology Practice Award. Find Suzanne on Twitter Handle: @SuzParkinson or Facebook: www.facebook.com/mylearnerid/
|Course date||09-03-2021 3:30 pm|
|End Date||09-03-2021 4:30 pm|
|Tutor - Speaker||Suzanne Parkinson|
|Location||Online via Zoom|