Retrieval Practice: Theory and Application


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This is a teacher training resource which teachers can use to develop their own knowledge of retrieval practice to develop in theory and application in the classroom. This editable file allows users to adapt the material to lead for teacher training sessions. The resource contains a 17-page PDF and Powerpoint file.

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Date Updated: 1st September 2020Date Created: 10th November 2019 SKU: Retrieval Practice Category: Tags: , , ,


Theories of why humans forget have been tested for decades. 

What we do know is that learning itself is not harmed by the amount of verbal material studied, but the retrieval of that material becomes more difficult as the number of items tested increases. Research into interference and memory (Malmberg et al., 2012) suggests that we must not assume that ‘forgetting is the result only of changing context’.


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