How do you know when you’ve had a great day of teaching?
I was recently given the perfect chance to show my students how powerful spacing practice can be on retrieval of material.
How can a laissez-faire approach to questioning impact learning?
We should be striving to create simpler classrooms, not easier classrooms.
Would you rather have a great explanation with no retrieval practice OR decent explanation with well-designed spaced retrieval practice and interleaving?
How does retrieval practice affect student’s perceived test anxiety?
How does stress impact the recall of information encoded via retrieval practice?
A great conversation with my students to discuss proper classroom and study habits.
A simple and widely applicable strategy to assess student understanding.
How are the benefits of retrieval practice affected by the collaborative setting?
A simple activity students can utilize to assess their learning and direct their studying.
How we solve a problem can show our level of understanding.
When given the choice, do students choose effective study habits?
The Value of Failure in the Classroom
Leveraging failures on formative assessment for learning
An easily applicable/modifiable activity to assess student’s learning.
The following article originally featured on Edutopia January 23, 2018 at the following link: https://www.edutopia.org/article/2-evidence-based-learning-strategies Spaced and retrieval practice help students
A discussion with students about learning and knowing when we’ve learned.
I’ve written a bit about this before…homework. It isn’t a bad word. I see it discussed often on edutwitter. While
Simple formative assessment activities to improve the classroom and student learning.
A review/summarization of a journal article that discusses how we learn and how students should study successfully.
“ ‘I didn’t come here to tell you how this is going to end. I came here to tell you
How can homework be appropriately used to increase retention of material and foster proper study habits in students?
Due to Hurricane Irma, I have not seen my students in four days. We are right in the middle of