Being right isn't persuasive
In a recent article published in The Association for Science Education (ASE) Journal, Dr Lynne Bianchi, Head of the Science Education Research & Innovation Hub at Manchester University, shares a project which was undertaken with Huthwaite International, that has proven successful with helping schools to discover and overcome barriers through Verbal Behaviour Analysis and Persuasive Case Analysis (PCA) model.
The article gives insights into how Huthwaite’s PCA model has helped Manchester University's ‘Deep Dive’ project - a new approach towards professional development to support teachers.
The article goes onto give insights in to Huthwaite’s PCA model – how it works, the key steps involved in the model, and its application. An example of a completed PCA chart is also shared.
You can read the full article below.