There could be a major problem with the way you teach kids to revise, according to head of geography Mark Enser.
We can *almost* see you rolling your eyes, but stay with us on this one.
If you were getting your class to revise, say for example, Noel Edmonds’ floundering TV career (we all know you’ve googled it in the past couple of weeks), it’s likely you’d do the following. Step 1: get them to summarise the information. Step 2: use a chapter in a textbook to create a concept map. And then step 3: use these notes to answer exam questions.
But what if, instead of allowing students to use ...