Tip: Layari = Visit “The Learning Scientists”

Sepanjang bulan April, kami telah membincangkan cara yang terbaik untuk menguji kemahiran murid sekolah rendah. Bulan depan, kami akan memulakan perbincangan baru (tentang penyusunan mata pelajaran di sekolah menengah). Sebelum itu, kami ingin mengongsikan satu tip:

Untuk nasihat tentang memperbaik pembelajaran dan daya ingatan pelajar—sama ada muda atau tua, untuk ujian atau untuk tujuan lain—layari The Learning Scientists (learningscientists.org).

The Learning Scientists ialah sekumpulan pakar sains psikologi kognitif yang menghasilkan bahan rujukan tentang bagaimana kami dapat belajar dengan lebih berkesan. Mereka mengetengahkan enam strategi pembelajaran yang terbukti dalam banyak kajian akedemik. Di laman web mereka, kamu boleh memuat turun poster, penanda buku, dan slaid yang menerangkan strategi-strategi ini. Kamu juga boleh mendengar podcast mereka serta membaca siaran blog untuk pelajar, untuk ibu bapa, dan untuk guru. Ikutilah mereka di Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, dan YouTube.

(Nota sampingan: di sini terdapat sebuah komik/permainan web yang bertajuk “How to remember anything forever-ish”, iaitu, “Cara untuk menghafal apa sahaja untuk selama-lamanya (lebih kurang)”, yang menggunakan sesetengah strategi yang dibincangkan oleh The Learning Scientists.)


Adakah rujukan-rujukan ini membantu kamu? Jika ia berguna, beritahulah kami dalam komen di bawah. Terima kasih. 🙂

Throughout April, we have discussed how primary school students should be tested. There’s an extra week before we start next month’s discussion (about how much choice students should have about their subjects in secondary school) — so here’s a tip:

If you’d like to learn more about how to improve learning and memory for students—whether young or old, whether for a test or for fun—visit The Learning Scientists (learningscientists.org).

The Learning Scientists are a group of cognitive psychologists who share resources online about how people can learn more effectively. They focus on six learning strategies that have been proven by many research studies. On their website, you can download posters, bookmarks, and slides explaining these strategies. You can also listen to their podcast, or read their blog posts for students, for parents, and for teachers. Or follow them on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or YouTube.

(Side note: here’s a web comic/game called “How to remember anything forever-ish”, which uses some of the strategies that the Learning Scientists talk about.)


Did you find these resources useful? If you did, it would be great if you could let us know in the comments. Thank you. 🙂

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