Long-term memory and learning
Issue 342 | Page 127 | Published Sep 2011
The English National Curriculum Programmes of Study emphasise the importance of knowledge, understanding and skills, and teachers are well versed in structuring learning in those terms. Research outcomes into how long-term memory is stored and retrieved provide support for structuring learning in this way. Four further messages are added to the original set of 15 and the conclusions reached here complement and extend the conclusions in the two previous articles in this series.
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