The power of collaborative learning

Spaced Learning – How the ‘spaces between’ learning help us to learn

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Clara Nugent explains why she loves Spaced Learning..

My Action Research is on Spaced Learning, the idea that learning and working memory can be improved by giving breaks between learning. This approach has been pioneered by Dr Paul Kelly at Monkseaton High School in North Tyneside.

Here’s a link to the Biology resources I’ve created to help our iGCSE Double Science students. I’ll keep you updated about the results after I’ve written up my research!

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