Effective support for student learning
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Effective support for student learning

Read through written work/text book on information to be learnt for 20 minutes.. Repeat the reading if you have time, but use the . 20 minutes.. Close the reading and write everything you now . recall.

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Effective support for student learning

Read through written work/text book on information to be learnt for 20 minutes.

Repeat the reading if you have time, but use the

20 minutes.

Close the reading and write everything you now

recall

onto post it notes. Empty your brain of everything you remember.

Have the questions ready and using the post it notes answer the questions.

Check the answers using the mark scheme. This is your

success check.

Repeat if you have not got all the questions correct.

If you are successful move onto the next piece of learning.

Simple, precise, question practice, gaining familiarity with mark schemes and expected answers, can be skill or content based,

Slide2

What parents need to know about the

evidence….

“Positive

impact on students educational learning outcomes. High strength of evidence for

securing educational

outcomes.

Evidence that it slows the rate of forgetting in the longer term

. Works

for a wide range of material and contexts.

Suggestions

that it rehearses retrieval, and can also improve memory for associated material. It can improve performance on applying the learned material to make inferences. “