A more accessible understanding of memory and learning for the classroom and studying.
How can a few simple modifications to quizzing create a more effective and accurate assessment of learning?
How can a simple modification to multiple choice questioning create a more effective learning opportunity?
The exit ticket is an often used method of assessment in the classroom. But is it being use effectively?
Every year, I find a different aspect of teaching to work on to be just a little bit better. What am I focusing on this year?
Can this strategy for answering multiple-choice questions improve retention of both correct and incorrect responses?
There's evidence to support the use of diminishing cues retrieval practice in place of standard retrieval practice.
I was recently asked this question: What advice would you give to a young adult student who can't tell whether she knows the material?
I was recently given the perfect chance to show my students how powerful spacing practice can be on retrieval of material.
How can analysis of formative assessment lead to more deliberate studying and more efficient and effective study habits?