Conscious and unconscious minds: Implications for teaching and learning literacy | David Didau

Conscious and unconscious minds: Implications for teaching and learning literacy | David Didau

This is a guest post by Hugo Kerr who got in touch with the offer that this appear first on the blog. What Hugo refers to as the ‘unconscious mind’ is, I think, largely analogous with my interpretation of long-term memory. There are echoes of Daniel Kahneman’s system 1 and 2 and Jonathan Haidt’s elephant and

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