LEARNING SUCCESSBased on the cognitive science of successful learning, long-term memory retention increases significantly when one or more of the following tactics are implemented into a learning practice.
Adding digital tools to a modern lesson plan maintains and increases student engagement and allows for a more broad arrangement of processes to be used not normally within reach.
Reporting data enhances the educators' ability to instruct by providing information around student behaviours and progress that indicates how a lesson plan is being absorbed.
Providing immediate results to a learner ensures a clear understanding of where a student stands within the course material and allows for adjustments to be made if necessary.
Proven to be more effective than its static counterpoint, dynamic testing adapts lesson plans to each user for a customized one-on-one approach.
When practice questions are placed at reinforcing points within a lesson plan the learner has a greater chance at long-term memory retention.