Self-testing, regular review, elaborating, and explaining to others are among the strategies that improve performance on exams and promote deeper understanding and better long-term retention.
Embodied learning, adaptive teaching, and analytics of emotions are three trends highlighted in Innovating Pedagogy 2015. This annual report explores new forms of teaching, learning and assessment that are having an impact on education worldwide. For the first time, the report is produced jointly by The Open University and SRI International, the US-based research and development institute.
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