HOW2 crack revision: Teaching your students a lesson they will never forget

Teaching HOW2s

Ex-head and deputy team Oliver Caviglioli and Ian Harris set up HOW2s to give busy, cash-strapped schools easy access to evidence-informed CPD. HOW2s transforms dense research into simple dual-coded visuals of evidence based teaching techniques. Supported by the EEF, schools and colleges in the UK, Middle East, the US and Australia have been using HOW2s to resource Evidence-Informed CPD since 2011.

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Spring term is a key time for serious revision. But it is also sees students overwhelmed and teachers, quite frankly, running out of time. With that in mind we’ve worked with study strategy experts, Learning scientists Dr Yana Weinstein (@doctorwhy) and Dr Megan Smith (@DrSmithRIC) to create six new HOW2s to show students how to make the most of their revision time. With no opportunity cost and free hosting, access to these HOW2s is free to Innovate my school readers who also get a 10% discount on any subsequent subscription to the full 160+ HOW2 offer.

“We see more and more teachers using cognitive science strategies as part of their subject teaching,” Dr Yana Weinstein, University of Massachusetts. “But this does NOT mean students will say ‘ah I now know how to study’; more likely, the technique will go over their heads unless specifically taught. That’s why we created these HOW2s with Oliver and Ian.”

 


Dr Megan Smith of Rhode Island College said: “These two very short videos will show you why we think these HOW2s are so great at teaching the study strategies so they stick.”

 


Details of our Innovate My school reader offer:

Every IMS reader can set up access to these six free study strategy HOW2s here: https://teachinghow2s.com/p/ims. Use offer code IMSSPRING2017 before the end of February 2017 to get a 10% reduction on any standard 1- 3 year subscription to the full 160+ HOW2 offer. Take a look at the pricing - we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Let us know how you get on. You can find us on Twitter @teachinghow2s. Contact [email protected] / 01277 202812 for more information.

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