What Our Brain Does When Learning, and Why it Matters

A colleague once said: “Without an understanding of human cognitive architecture, instruction is blind”. This session from Karolina Kotorowicz-Jasińska begins to lift the veil on how our brain works when we learn and how teachers can take advantage of this.

This year we are celebrating 180 years since Macmillan was founded. 

Please join us and visit the anniversary website and explore interactive timelines and maps taking you back in time to the year 1843.