Dr. Megan Sumeracki teaches us about Spacing, Retrieval, Interleaving, Elaboration, Dual-coding, and Concrete Examples.
You will not want to miss this episode covering the evidence-based learning strategies that are proven to be the most effecting study methods. On today’s show, Dr. Megan Sumeracki will teach us about Spacing, Retrieval, Interleaving, Elaboration, Dual-coding, and Concrete Examples. Using these methods are a proven way to make your study time more efficient.
2:16 The Learning Scientists Podcast & Bi-directional Communication
4:13 The Importance of Learning Research as open-access
5:27 The Six Strategies of Effective Learning from the Institute for Education Sciences (2007?) & The National Council for Teaching Quality Report (2016?)
7:45 A Brief History of Spacing and Retrieval Practice, Ebbinghaus, and Memory Accessibility
9:57 What is Spacing and How do We Use it?
12:17 The Ins and Outs of Retrieval Practice
14:47 Interleaving Your Study Practice (19:10 Taylor and Rore? 2010 blocking v. interleaving)
21:20 Elaborative Interrogation: The How, When, Why, and Where of Your Study Material
24:40 Dual Coding: Combining Visual information with your Learning!
28:05 Concrete Examples: The More the Merrier
32:54 Closing Advise from Dr. Sumeracki: Use These Strategies!!!