Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Mar 29, 2021

As a parent of neurodiverse children and a teacher this is an area that is particularly important to me.  This season will cover all sorts of neurodiverse conditions, what the research tells us and how we can apply this to classroom practice.  Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss an episode or visit my website...


Mar 23, 2021

Neuropsychology holds a unique fascination, the way the brain functions in order for us to survive in the world and it's adaptability when damaged never fails to surprise us.  How we can use our understanding of damaged brain to increase our knowledge of the intact brain is Dr Ashok Janari's specialism.  In this...


Mar 16, 2021

Every time you teach your students something you literally change their brain.  I think this is the most amazing concept - every lesson, each learning experience students have causes brain cells to make new and stronger connections.  Understanding how our brains develop over time and how individual's differ could...


Mar 9, 2021

In this interview Lucy discusses a wide range of research and theories surrounding working memory and the implications for the classroom, especially for maths.  Working memory is so important in helping control what we are thinking about, what we are paying attention to and what we are ignoring, and yet for some this...


Mar 4, 2021

In this bonus episode Simona Skripkauskaite talks to me about the results coming from the CoSpace Study.  In September Professor Cathy Creswell shared the findings from the first school closure and this episode updates the findings and considers what schools might need to have in place or be looking out for as...