Improving learning with retrieval practice and principles from cognitive science are gaining momentum around the world. Here are websites, blogs, and podcasts by cognitive scientists and collaborators.
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The Research Map, by Digital Promise. (With this interactive tool, explore research on retrieval practice and 150 additional topics in education research. Access research summaries and articles from nearly 100,000 journal in education and the learning sciences.)
Teaching in Higher Ed, by Bonni Stachowiak. (This podcast and website provide research-based teaching strategies for higher education. Episodes 72, 92, and 94 include information about retrieval practice.)
The Learning Scientists: Study the Science Way, by Megan Sumeracki and colleagues. (Two cognitive scientists disseminate learning research and retrieval practice tips for students and educators via social media and a blog. Click here for their blog posts specific to retrieval practice.)
McMaster Symposium on Education & Cognition, organized by Joseph Kim. (This conference brings together cognitive scientists and educators to discuss evidence-based interventions for improving learning.)
Lasting Learning, by cognitive scientists and technology designers. (This website provides information about the science of learning, including resources, training, and services for students, teachers, and parents.)
The Test-Enhanced Learning in the Classroom Project, by the Memory Lab at Washington University in St. Louis. (This website provides a list of peer-reviewed journal articles, as well as conference posters, about recent research on retrieval practice in K-12 classrooms.)
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