Tag: retrieval practice

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What Not to Study?

As I have recently referenced, once through the voluminous research on Retrieval Practice and Success Relearning, you find yourself skirting the boundaries of Cognitive Psychology and “Making Retrospective Confidence Judgments Improves Learners’ Ability to Decide What Not to Study,” Robey, Dougherty, & Buttaccio, (2017) is a key paper to read if you have an interest in either…
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30 Dec ’20 0

Resisting Neuroscience

Just a very short post – a marker. Once through the voluminous research on Retrieval Practice and Success Relearning, you find yourself skirting the boundaries of Cognitive Psychology. With little extra effort – you may find yourself tumbling down the neuroscience rabbit hole on the assumption that neuroscientific findings will inform our understanding of learning…
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30 Dec ’20 0
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Seeking partnership

RememberMore is an agile, three part, integrated and adaptive Spaced Retrieval Practice learning system that uses cognitive science principles to accelerate the learners’ time to competency and knowledge mastery, and help learners retain that knowledge for longer. We are looking to partner with a school or trust – looking to improve student outcomes whilst at…
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15 Nov ’20 0

100 questions, set, answered and marked in a lesson

9 months ago, I set about designing a summative review of the substantive knowledge shared in lesson via a “BIG Quiz” that had been supported by retrieval practice routines throughout the term. Setting up the quiz itself, the question-answers for each round (in addition to writing the question-answer prompts). Of course, as with all classroom…
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24 Oct ’20 0

CRM – snowballing

kristianstill.co.uk has had to take a back seat lately with the lions share of my spare time invested in www.remembermore.app (RM) and it’s fast and flexible co-pilot https://classroom.remembermore.app/ (CRM). Unsurprisingly this post is connected and charts five days exploring the faster retrieval routines. Monday: From introducing RememberMore, to the “Fast Approach” we moved to “Fast…
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9 Oct ’20 1

Retrieval practice elaboration

As you can expect, almost all my “spare time” is taken up with RememberMore so finding time to write has almost evaporated. But yesterday, something pretty neat occured in my Year 7 ‘A Story Like the Wind’ class that encouraged me to get back at the keyboard. Three weeks into the “new normal” term and…
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22 Sep ’20 0