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Spacing: which students benefit from it the most?

One of the best learning strategies a student can use to enhance their memory is spacing. This technique involves learning and revisiting information

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The 6 benefits of retrieval practice – a visual guide

Retrieval practice may well be our best bet for helping students learn and retain information. As well as playing a key role within the classroom,

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4 strategies students like using – that aren't actually good for them

When learning, students often choose learning strategies that require less effort. The path of least resistance leads to the conflation of them doing

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Are retrieval practice and interleaving more powerful together?

There are so many teaching strategies that you can use in the classroom. However, these strategies often don’t need to be done in isolation. The hope

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Cognitive science: what mentors need to know

If you aren’t using evidence, what are you using?

Euclid is noted as saying something along the lines of “there are no new ideas in teaching, but not

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5 benefits of using self-affirmations in schools

“I am confident.”

This is an example of a positive self-affirmation. But do these actually hold any power? Can these statements help students in

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Self-control in the classroom: student success through structure and support

Your ability to control your cognition, emotions, and impulses may play a part in your personal success. Research has shown that having self-control,

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The 7 Psychological Benefits of Students Eating Breakfast

We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, studies have shown that this meal is often skipped by students: more

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