IDENTIFYING EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES THAT PROMOTE LONG-TERM LEARNING AND COMPREHENSION
we Find the latest tested strategies you can easily apply in your teaching to help your student . (Using the research)
Long term memory is often increased when some of the learning period is devoted to retrieving the to-be-remembered information.
Give out frequent quizzes to help students actively recall information and new material presented in class
Testing doesnt need to be time consuming for the teacher.
Heres what you can do to avoid having to spend time grading quizez while at the same time your students will benefit from the testing effect::
After introducing a concept and using one or two examples to show how the concept works present the next example for the students to tackle ( this works especialy well with math instruction although it can be applied to other subjects as well) , when the students have had enough time to do the example ask them to hand their paper to the student sitting next to them , then have the students review and grade the work of their neighbors. After handing back the work have a class discussion on the example.
although it is better to not have the grade for the quizes effect the final grade , you can set up a point system where by the students will be rewarded for their effort
Students differ greatly from one another, not only in their intellectual capabilities : some proceed from the general to the specific; some refuse to pay attention to details before they have acquired an overall view, while others cannot see the forest before having examined each tree .
some students are abl e to decode well but have difficulty understanding what they read. Students might sound like they are reading beautifully but have difficulty understanding vocabulary and figigurative language, inferencing, verbal reasoning, grammatical development, and oral expression
How do you help your child start becoming more meta?” Metacognitive questions, says Rosier, will help your child begin thinking in a more reflective way. Questions should be: