Learning and Education myths are fake news. In this blog post I made an attempt to collect the collections of LEARNING AND EDUCATION MYTHS from various sources. (Apart from my top 4)
https://twitter.com/LearningJNM/status/1200070015028015105 The following six important strategies recommended by Learningscientists.org Six things that work: Spacing Interleaving Retrieval Concrete examples Elaboration Dual coding
Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques: A study on the effectiveness of 10 study techniques..What works..whats not https://t.co/m1RtzCs3LA pic.twitter.com/dbnwFyKcNn— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) July 13, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Lots of stuff that we think helps us study doesn’t really: don’t bother highlighting, writing summaries of your reading, or rereading old stuff - none of that helps … Continue reading Tweet: A study on the effectiveness of 10 study techniques ?
Many people, including educators, believe learning styles are set at birth and predict both academic and career success even though there is no scientific evidence to support this common myth, according to new research.https://t.co/czdBvrwmGV pic.twitter.com/51LnNwaePn— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) June 5, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
“Re-watching a video lecture does not encourage individuals to build a richer representation of the content,” the researchers concluded, “thus leading to a more passive mode of viewing that puts little demands on attentional control, ultimately leading to more mind wandering.” https://t.co/wFIO2lIgoE— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) January 25, 2019A new research paper suggests that immediately re-watching … Continue reading Tweet: Immediately Re-Watching Lecture Videos Doesn’t Benefit Learning