A presentation and interview with Paul Kirschner and Carl Hendrick on the science of learning
In this online panel discussion chaired by Cat Scutt (Director for Education Research, Chartered College of Teaching), Paul Kirschner and Carl Hendrick talk about the science of learning and share key messages from their new book How Learning Happens: Seminal Works in Educational Psychology and What They Mean in Practice.
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- The Ten Sins of Education – A sample chapter from Paul Kirschner and Carl Hendrick’s book
- If you run a book club, you may be interested in some discussion questions written by Paul A. Kirschner and Carl Hendrick.
- Stubborn myths in education
- Some further information too on using cognitive science in education
- What does this look like in the classroom?
- There is more information on Cognitive Load Theory and its application in the classroom:
- Reflecting on Kirschner: Do learners really know best? Urban legends in education
- Evidence informed pedagogy
- If you’re interested in organising knowledge for your pupils, you might be interested in reading this article from our Early Career Hub
- Learn more about ‘how pupils learn’ by exploring research Paul has mentioned on cognitive load theory, dual coding, memory, spacing, interleaving and retrieval practice as well as videos of these approaches in classroom practice
- Members are able to get a discount on Paul’s book via our member discounts
- A fantastic article for our Early Career Hub
- There’s a video of retrieval practice in a primary classroom over on our Early Career Hub