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Mar22

The Importance of Repetition in Learning

The Importance of Repetition in Learning

  Now we don’t realize, but when we learned to drive we had all 5 senses ready in each action: selecting the right gear, playing with the clutch and accelerating, or remembering to look in our rearview mirror. There comes a day when, without realizing it, we do all of these with confidence and agility, […]

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Mar14

Preferred Ways to Learn, Not Learning Styles

Preferred Ways to Learn, Not Learning Styles

There are theories about learning that we all wish were true and learning styles is one of them. Imagine each child has their own particular way to learn more effectively. If they are not learning it is because they are not being taught the way they should be. This is very comforting to teachers and […]

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Mar08

The Importance of Immediate Feedback in Learning

The Importance of Immediate Feedback in Learning

What is feedback We understand feedback as the answers and comments given to students after they finish a task or activity. Through this feedback, students receive information that creates an idea or belief in respect to their results. For this feedback to be more effective, it should be given immediately after the task is completed. The immediate feedback makes learning more […]

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Feb22

Want to Learn from a Leading Education Expert?

Want to Learn from a Leading Education Expert?

Joining the conversation? If you haven’t already heard, we’ve released a new video mini-series featuring a leading education expert! Dr. Barbara Oakley graciously offers her insights on an array of interesting topics ranging from education, future careers, screen time, and of course, math. She is a Professor of Engineering at Oakland University and the author of […]

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