The 7th film in our Dynamic Learning Series designed to introduce students to a range of important ideas and skills related to the science of studying. Understandably perhaps, most students spend the vast majority of their study time thinking about what they’re learning, rather than how they’re learning it, on the not-too-questionable basis that if […]
Dual coding – the 5th film in our Dynamic Learning series – is based on the idea that we process visual and verbal information in different ways and in separate parts of the brain. These then become connected in long term memory. We can use this knowledge to improve our learning and retention. Education scientists […]
In this series of films we take a new and dynamic approach to selling the advantages of study skills to students. This film, the 4th in the series, provides an insight into retrieval practice and how to use it effectively. Research has shown that we spend most of our free study time re-reading, underlining and […]
The third Dynamic Learning film introduces students to the Cornell Method and suggests ways it can help them improve the quality of their note-taking.
The second film in the Dynamic Learning series looks at the relationship between sleep and memory and shows students how to apply the knowledge of this relationship to their studies.
The first film in our new Dynamic Learning series of Metacognition films shows students how to develop positive study habits.
Short film exploring the role of the media in relation to fame-seeking mass killers.
Short film covering the ethical questions surrounding the use of non-human animals in psychological research.
Our latest short film looks at the mythologies around the issue of mass killers.
Updated Powerpoint outlining the methodology of Ainsworth’s “Strange Situtaion”.