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The Science of Learning
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

About the Authors

Foreword by John Hattie

Introduction - How we wrote this book

Studies 1. The One About Memory 2. The One About Aspirations & Expectations 3. The One About the Planning Fallacy 4. The One About Spacing Your Learning 5. The One About Growth Mindset 6. The one About Predicating Future Behaviour 7. The One About Teacher Mindset 8. The One About Teenagers and Social Reflection 9. The One About High Expectations 10. The One About IQ and Success 11. Th One About Parents and Grades 12. The One About Student Resilience 13. The One About Marshmallow and Self-control 14. The One About Mindset and Purpose 15. The One About Spacing and Interleaving 16. The One About Parental Views on Failure 17. The one About Revising to Music 18. The One About the Importance of Sleep 19. The One About Parental Praise 20. The One About Effort being Contagious 21. The One About Teacher Rating and Learning 22. The One About Talent Bias 23. The Once About Retrieval Practice 24. The One About Thought Suppression 25. The One About Effective Feedback 26. The One About Motivating Bored Students 27. The One About Self-Analysis Over Time 28. The One About Asking Why 29. The One About the Importance of Sleep 30. The One About Mobile Phones 31. The One About Marshmallows, Reliability and Self-Control 32. The One About Note Taking 33. The One About the Impostor Syndrome 34. The One About Reading Out Loud 35. The One About Eating Breakfast 36. The One About Streaming 37. The One About Academic Buoyancy 38. The One About the Spotlight Effect 39. The One About Resilience 40. The One About Phones and Sleep 41. The One About Pictures and Words 42. The One About Teaching Others 43. The One About Experts Overclaiming 44. The One About The Kohler Effect 45. The One About the Ikea Effect 46. The One About Parental Beliefs 47. The One About Motivation 48. The One About Student Daydreaming 49. The One About Banning Mobile Phones 50. The One about going for a Walk 51. The One About Stress Mindset 52. The One About How to Give Better Feedback 53. The One About Self-Talk 54. The One About Parents and Reading 55. The One About the Seduction of Neuroscience 56. The Once About Deadlines, Choice and Procrastination 57. The One About Smart Reputations 58. The One About Emotions and Achievement 59. The One About Interacting with Nature 60. The One About Stress and Uncertainty 61. The One About Metacognition 62. The Once About Helping Disadvantages Students 63. The One About Picturing the Process 64. The One About What the Teacher Says 65. The One About Parental Warmth 66. The One About How Much We Forget 67. The One About Homework 68. The One About Mindset Attitude and Self-esteem 69. The One About Pre-questions 70. The One About the Learning Style Myth 71. The One About Eating Dinner Together 72. The One About Note Taking 73. The One About the Bandwagon Effect 74. The One About Struggling Scientists 75. The One About Effective Teachers 76. The One About Retrieval Practice and Stress 77. The One About False Confidence Tips Tips for Improving Memory Tips for Improving Mindset, Motivation and Resilience Tips for Improving Self-regulation and Metacognition Tips for Students Tips for Teachers' Attitudes, Expectations and Behaviours Tips for Parents Tips for Overcoming Thinking Biases References - The Studies

About the Author

Bradley Busch is a Chartered Psychologist at InnerDrive, UK. Edward Watson is the Founder of InnerDrive, UK.

Reviews

"Like me, I trust you will enjoy reading, dipping into, thinking about, following up, questioning and asking for more - as you touch this book. This is my 'book of the decade'." - John Hattie, Laureate Professor at Melbourne University, Australia "This is the book I have been waiting for. Whether you are just beginning as a teacher, or a seasoned veteran, there will be something here that will be directly relevant to your practice, and, perhaps more importantly, will make you think." - Dylan Wiliam, Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at UCL, UK "This book will prove irresistible to anyone keen to understand more about essential educational research findings in the most accessible manner possible. An absolute must for every school." - Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive at The Chartered College of Teaching, UK "The Science of Learning is a timely and precious gift to teachers. Interpreting research accurately and applying it intelligently are not easy tasks. This book has made them far easier. Every teacher should be given a copy." - Jonnie Noakes, Head of Teaching and Learning at Eton College, UK "Busch and Watson have come up with that rarity: an educational must-read. I will be recommending it to every teacher I know!" - Chris Hildrew, Headteacher at Churchill Academy, UK "This book is a highly practicable guide to the often impenetrable field of education research and is a very useful compass for school leaders, classroom teachers and parents alike in seeking which evidence based strategies to implement." - Carl Hendrick, author of What Does This Look Like in the Classroom?, UK "The authors say they have three aims with the book: to bring together these articles in one book for people who otherwise don't know where to look; to provide such content without needing a costly subscription; and to make these sources more accessible, as they can be quite difficult to read. In my opinion, they succeed with all three." - Dr Christian Bokhove, TES "The presentation of the topics in 77 succinct sections make this a really accessible, easy to use book. It's not daunting to just tackle one topic at a time, and in total the articles add up to really practical and useful knowledge, presented clearly." - Sarah Brew, Parents in Touch "If you're a teacher who wants to find out about many interesting findings from educational research, without having to spend precious free periods or leisure time looking for it, you should buy this book. And if you're a team leader, buying a copy for each member of your team would not be a bad investment - especially if you used selected studies as the basis for team discussions." - Terry Freedman, Schools Week "This is a really excellent resource for the busy teacher, education student or study support tutor with plenty of food for thought and easy to understand classroom or teaching suggestions." - Jan Beechey MCILIP, Dyslexia Review

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