Feb 23, 2021
This week I am talking to Matt Slocombe from the Centre for Educational Neuroscience. His research investigates the cognitive and developmental processes involved in reasoning and learning by analogy and the implications of this research for educational practice. This fascinating discussion unpicks how to make learning by analogy effective in the Classroom as well as the pitfalls. It is clear that whilst analogy is a really useful tool for teaching, psychologically it is quite a complicated skill that we need to learn.
To find the links mentioned in the episode please visit www.changingstatesofmind.com/podcasts