There are a lot more research-based strategies than you might think.
After we published our first Retrieval Practice Guide, our website name happened to take off: retrievalpractice.org. But there are more research-based teaching strategies we can harness than just retrieval practice!
Read below for a quick rundown of our resources on a variety of strategies including spacing, interleaving, and feedback. As educators, we need to change it up in the classroom, so let's change up our toolbox of strategies, too.
P.S. We're going to recharge before the school year starts (and we hope you're recharging, too). We'll be back in two weeks on Friday, August 24. In the meantime, join us for the last weeks of our Make it Stick book clubs!
Change it Up with Spacing, Interleaving, and Feedback
Retrieval practice is powerful, but other research-based strategies are too, especially spacing, interleaving, and feedback.
Not sure what they are? Don't know where to start? Want a quick reference or download for each strategy? Check out our direct links:
Want to take teaching to the next level? Click below and learn how to combine retrieval practice, spacing, interleaving, and feedback – without more prep, class, or grading time. Oh, and please forward this email to a friend so they have the quick links, too. Thanks!
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