Tag: long-term memory

Metacognition assisting revision

28 February 2018

As a psychologist, I am fascinated by ‘the overconfidence effect’, which refers to the bias where our subjective confidence in our judgements is greater than the objective accuracy of those judgements. […]

Author: Julie Watson, Memory and Metacognition lead, Huntington Research School
Posted on: 28 February 2018
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Book review: ‘Memorable Teaching’ by Peps Mccrea

17 January 2018

If you have a spare half hour (honestly, you can read the whole book in that time) you should check out this highly accessible book filled with useful insights and tips for teachers. As someone who is fascinated by memory and values its role in teaching, I totally agree that memory is integral to learning but until recently it has been misunderstood and often associated simply with rote learning. […]

Author: Julie Watson, Memory and Metacognition lead, Huntington Research School
Posted on: 17 January 2018
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