August's Free Teaching Resource - Debating How Memory Works in Groups

Each month we're hoping to share a free teaching resource with our readers: each resource will help foster metacognition and/or self-regulated learning behaviours in your students (11-16).

This month's resource is a learning session that structures small group debates using rotating A3 debate worksheets; the topics dealt with in the debates relate to memory and how to improve one's memory over time. This activity is, therefore, an approach to 'meta-memory' and encourages students to think about how they form new memories, how memory works, and how they can make changes in order to remember more from their learning.

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