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Martin Burrett

The UKEd Podcast - Episode 01 - Getting ready for exams - 7 views

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    "We've gone and launched the first episode of the UKEd Podcast, created by the UKEdChat team. The focus in this episode is all about helping pupils get ready for their exams, as this critical stage in the year is creeping upon us."
Andrew McCluskey

The Disaster Capitalism Curriculum: The High Price of Education Reform (Episode I) - 0 views

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    Episode 1 - A great comic looking at the problem of education reform!
Martin Burrett

UKEdPodcast - Episode 21 - Interview with Loren Carpenter - Plus @JohnStanier1 - 3 views

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    "Hosted by @digicoled, this episode we are honoured to interview one of the founding fathers of Pixar Animation, Loren Carpenter, who charts his time as a computer scientist at Boeing, and then with Lucas Films. Listen via Soundcloud below, via the Apple Podcasts icon, or subscribe to 'UKEdChat' via your favourite podcast smartphone app."
Martin Burrett

UKEdPodcast Episode 04 - Negative psychological pressure and differentiation - 9 views

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    "In this episode we explore some research published by Dr Stephen Earl from the University of Kent in England that is expected to help teachers identify specific reasons for different types of pupil withdrawal in the classroom."
Martin Burrett

The UKEd Podcast - Episode 14 - @StarbuckEdu - Play & EYFS - 3 views

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    "Hosted by @digicoled, this episode we release the audio of one of the presentations from the UKEdChat Online Conference. James Starbucks shares his thoughts, philosophies and passion for play-based learning, especially for young children developing their lives. You can see James' full video presentation, and others, from the conference replay page at ukedchat.com/conference/2017-conference-replays/ which also explains how you can access by becoming a Patron of UKEdChat."
Andrew McCluskey

Murky Waters: The Education Debate in New Orleans - 1 views

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    Episode 2 - A great comic looking at the problem of education reform!
Maria Papazoglou

▶ Gareth Malone's Extraordinary School for Boys - Episode 3 of 3 - YouTube - 28 views

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    Episode 3 of Gareth Malone's quest to raise achievement and engagement in reading and writing in six months.
Kenuvis Romero

Memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

  • Encoding of working memory involves the spiking of individual neurons induced by sensory input, which persists even after the sensory input disappears (Jensen and Lisman 2005; Fransen et al. 2002). Encoding of episodic memory involves persistent changes in molecular structures that alter synaptic transmission between neurons. Examples of such structural changes include long-term potentiation (LTP) or spike-timing-dependent plasticity (STDP). The persistent spiking in working memory can enhance the synaptic and cellular changes in the encoding of episodic memory (Jensen and Lisman 2005).
  • Recent functional imaging studies detected working memory signals in both medial temporal lobe (MTL), a brain area strongly associated with long-term memory, and prefrontal cortex (Ranganath et al. 2005), suggesting a strong relationship between working memory and long-term memory. However, the substantially more working memory signals seen in the prefrontal lobe suggest that this area play a more important role in working memory than MTL (Suzuki 2007).
  • Consolidation and reconsolidation. Short-term memory (STM) is temporary and subject to disruption, while long-term memory (LTM), once consolidated, is persistent and stable. Consolidation of STM into LTM at the molecular level presumably involves two processes: synaptic consolidation and system consolidation. The former involves a protein synthesis process in the medial temporal lobe (MTL), whereas the latter transforms the MTL-dependent memory into an MTL-independent memory over months to years (Ledoux 2007). In recent years, such traditional consolidation dogma has been re-evaluated as a result of the studies on reconsolidation. These studies showed that prevention after retrieval affects subsequent retrieval of the memory (Sara 2000). New studies have shown that post-retrieval treatment with protein synthesis inhibitors and many other compounds can lead to an amnestic state (Nadel et al. 2000b; Alberini 2005; Dudai 2006). These findings on reconsolidation fit with the behavioral evidence that retrieved memory is not a carbon copy of the initial experiences, and memories are updated during retrieval.
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  • Physical exercise, particularly continuous aerobic exercises such as running, cycling and swimming, has many cognitive benefits and effects on the brain. Influences on the brain include increases in neurotransmitter levels, improved oxygen and nutrient delivery, and increased neurogenesis in the hippocampus. The effects of exercise on memory have important implications for improving children's academic performance, maintaining mental abilities in old age, and the prevention and potential cure of neurological diseases.
  • At the Center for Cognitive Science at Ohio State University, researchers have found that memory accuracy of adults is hurt by the fact that they know more, and have more experience than children, and tend to apply all this knowledge when learning new information. The findings appeared in the August 2004 edition of the journal Psychological Science.
  • Interference can hamper memorization and retrieval. There is retroactive interference, when learning new information makes it harder to recall old information[59] and proactive interference, where prior learning disrupts recall of new information. Although interference can lead to forgetting, it is important to keep in mind that there are situations when old information can facilitate learning of new information. Knowing Latin, for instance, can help an individual learn a related language such as French – this phenomenon is known as positive transfer.[60]
  • Methods to optimize memorization[edit] Memorization is a method of learning that allows an individual to recall information verbatim. Rote learning is the method most often used. Methods of memorizing things have been the subject of much discussion over the years with some writers, such as Cosmos Rossellius using visual alphabets. The spacing effect shows that an individual is more likely to remember a list of items when rehearsal is spaced over an extended period of time. In contrast to this is cramming which is intensive memorization in a short period of time. Also relevant is the Zeigarnik effect which states that people remember uncompleted or interrupted tasks better than completed ones. The so-called Method of loci uses spatial memory to memorize non-spatial information.[72]
Martin Burrett

The UKEd Podcast - Episode 17 - EdTech Entrepreneurship featuring @ProdigyGame & @SAMLabs - 7 views

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    "Recorded at BETT2018 in London, in this episode we speak to Joachim Horn from SAM Labs, as well as Rohan Mahimker from Prodigy Game about what it takes to build and sustain a successful EdTech company."
Martin Burrett

The UKEd Podcast - Episode 16 - From Teaching to Entrepreneurship - 6 views

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    "Recorded at the BETT2018 exhibition in London during January 2018, this episode focuses on teachers who have explored ideas and venture opportunities and become entrepreneurs."
Martin Burrett

The @UKEdPodcast - Episode 22 - Phonics Pruning and Thriving with @debbiehepp @JohnStanier1 & @MartineGuernsey - UKEdChat - 0 views

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    "Hosted by @digicoled, in this episode we explore the Phonics teaching and learning strategy in England with an in-depth, fascinating interview with Debbie Hepplewhite MBE."
Martin Burrett

The UKEd Podcast - Episode 02 - Teenagers Lives - 10 views

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    "This second episode in the UKEd Podcast explores some of the highlights from a report published by the OECD exploring the lives of teenagers, their well-being, and dependency on internet use, highlighting issues that teachers and schools can use to support teenagers in reducing anxiety and pressure they place on themselves."
Martin Burrett

UKEd Podcast - Episode 04 - Psychological Pressure - 7 views

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    "In this episode we explore some research published by Dr Stephen Earl from the University of Kent in England that is expected to help teachers identify specific reasons for different types of pupil withdrawal in the classroom. Read more about the research at ukedchat.com/2017/04/26/teenage…ive-psychological/ Also, Richard Rogers shares some great classroom activities and ideas about differentiation - The accompanying blog post is at ukedchat.com/2017/04/25/differe…iation-magic-tool/ Get in touch with us via podcast@ukedchat.com and follow us on Twitter @UKEdPodcast, or Direct Message us via the @UKEdChat  accounts on Twitter or Facebook."
Martin Burrett

The UKEd Podcast - Episode 15 - Behaviour with @AnneMGoldsmith & @Sean_S_Warren - 0 views

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    "In the latest episode, the UKEdChat podcast explores behaviour in schools, with tips shared from Anne Goldsmith (released during the UKEdChat 2017 Conference), and thoughtful considerations made by Sean Warren whilst undertaking his research project."
BalancEd Tech

The Learning Spiral, Scratch and Global Community | November Learning - 58 views

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    The first of two episodes with Mitchel Resnick, LEGO Professor of Learning Research, head of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Laboratory.
tab_ras

'absolutely intercultural!' - 21 views

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    Welcome to the first ever intercultural podcast. 'absolutely intercultural!' is its name and, as far as we know, this is the first podcast in the world to deal with intercultural issues. We'll be releasing a new episode every second Friday evening, looking at all intercultural aspects of human intercultural communication. For example, we'll be hearing from students on foreign work placements, asking how teachers can make use of intercultural exercises and simulations in their classroom and sharing with you any intercultural gossip we come across. 'absolutely intercultural!' won't be so much about passing on information but more about starting an intercultural dialogue between the makers, and you, the contributors and listeners.
Steve Ransom

Welcome to The BAM! Radio Network - 42 views

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    Great episodes on all kinds of relevant education topics
Marc Patton

Revision3: The Best TV Shows on the Internet - 1 views

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    Revision3 is the leading television network for the internet generation. We create and produce all-original episodic community driven programs watched by a super-committed and passionate fan base.
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