A simple and widely applicable strategy to assess student understanding.
How are the benefits of retrieval practice affected by the collaborative setting?
An easily applicable/modifiable activity to assess student’s learning.
A simple and adaptable activity that maximizes the effectiveness of multiple-choice questions.
A discussion with students about learning and knowing when we’ve learned.
How can the use of concrete examples increase retention of material in the classroom?
“ ‘I didn’t come here to tell you how this is going to end. I came here to tell you how it’s going to begin.’ – Neo” – Tom Bennett…
I’ve written at length about many learning strategies (dual coding and retrieval practice, for example) that positively impact our student’s retention of material. Perhaps one of the toughest learning strategies…