WEBINAR RECORDING: Six Cognitive Strategies for Effective Learning
|Posted by:||Harvey, Laura|
|Posted on:||April 13, 2021|
Decades of cognitive research can inform classroom learning. However, the research is not always translated into practice. Come learn more about the six strategies - spacing, interleaving, elaboration, dual coding, concrete examples, and retrieval practice - and how to utilize them, in order to promote durable long-term learning. Dr. Sumeracki will also go over resources that are available on learningscientists.org to learn more about the strategies and their use in the classroom.This session was co-sponsored by the Teaching & Technology Center, the Academic Achievement Center, and the Office of Teaching & Learning.
|Related URL 1:||https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/33232294-2c08-4ac1-8ed4-2315111f75cf|
|Related URL 2:||https://www.learningscientists.org/blog/2019/10/10-1|