Friday, June 28 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Expanding the limits of memory - Dual Coding with Teachers

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The limits of working memory are known to restrict effective learning. And nothing so far has enlarged our working memory capacity. Dual coding show that there are hacks  to make it more efficient. By using the two separate verbal and visual channels, we can increase the amount of incoming information into working memory capacity. This session provides research and experiences that demonstrate this directly, and leaves the audience with a range of strategies to incorporate into their teaching with this aim in mind.

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Oliver Caviglioli

Author, John Catt Educational Publishing
Oliver was a special school head teacher for a decade, moving on to becoming a trainer and author of several books on visual teaching strategies, and then inventing the HOW2 visual guides to teaching methods. Born to an architect father, Oliver received a continual education in design... Read More →

Friday June 28, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
SMART Room Ground Floor, Suffolk House

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