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Take your time to get things right, neuroscientists say

Teachers who deliver quick-fire lessons in which pupils are encouraged to be the first to put their hands up may be getting it wrong, new brain science research has revealed. The research from a project run by the Centre for Educational Neuroscience is showcased in a keynote speech at the London Festival of Learning.

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