It's been a year since we launched RetrievalPractice.org!
There's a party going on' right here – and we're celebrating you for transforming learning with cognitive science research, resources, and strategies in your classrooms and schools around the world.
We are thrilled and humbled by the outpouring of enthusiasm from thousands of subscribers, followers, movers, and shakers in our first year – far beyond our wildest dreams. To celebrate, here's a roundup of our biggest hits (and the best is yet to come)!
As the song by Kool & The Gang goes, "It's time to come together! It's up to you, what's your pleasure? Everyone around the world, come on!" Imagine what our celebration could look like a year from now if we grow our reach and make an even larger impact on student learning?
Let's come together: Forward this email to two friends and share your feedback with us as we look forward to the year ahead!
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Our Library: Free Downloadable Guides
Recommended Books & Articles
Our Research & Strategy Archive
Access our Research & Strategy Archive for recommendations on:
- How to facilitate free recall via brain dumps and Two Things
- How to build classroom culture and reduce student anxiety
- How to address potential time tradeoffs with retrieval
- How multiple-choice questions are effective for retrieval
Is there a research topic or strategy you'd like us to review? Add it here!
Our Scientists & Collaborators
Access our Scientists & Collaborators page for:
- Research from more than 10 leading cognitive scientists, including Katherine Rawson, Dan Willingham, and Henry L. Roediger, III
- Additional links to the growing "family tree" of experts in the field of cognitive science
- Websites, blogs, and podcasts from more than 15 leading educators in K-12 and higher education, including Jennifer Gonzalez, Doug Lemov, and Bonni Stachowiak
Get Involved & Join the Party!
Get involved! Imagine how much impact we can make – together – when we increase access to cognitive science research for educators around the world. Let's make our celebration even bigger: