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Great Expectations

Classroom teachers can start off with the greatest of expectations, whose boundaries over time become tested and contested by the students. In these situations it can be beneficial to have some idea as to what to do when our personal boundaries become frayed. It can often feel like an uphill struggle, and that we can…

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Part 2: Why Successive Relearning (SR)

If you’re just tuning in now, you will probably need context for this part. Find it here Capturing the climate shift? There is no doubt, both Ben and I find the quiet of Successive Relearning a little disconcerting. We are, by agreement, noisy teachers and yet we see the benefit of personal, focused, thinking-hard, self-paced,…

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Part 1: Why Successive Relearning (SR) – Socrates was right!

Using RememberMore and Successive Relearning in the Classroom As with Meno’s boy, our students are finding that Successively Relearning (SR) past information provides benefits to the working memory, which freeing up the cognitive effort it takes to remember for higher level thought. For the context of this post, see previous posts here “It has been…

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