Dynamic Learning: Spaced Repetition









Research has shown that when we learn new information we’ll have forgotten around 50% of it within a day and 75% of it after a week. This is called the forgetting curve and while it’s useful for getting rid of all the stuff we don’t need to remember, it can be a big problem if we forget the stuff we really need to recall.

This is where Spaced Repetition comes into play. It’s a simple to implement learning strategy that helps us remember more of the material we need to remember by reviewing new information soon after we’ve learned it.

In this short film we explain why your students should be doing spaced repetition and, more-importantly, how they can make it an integral part of their learning.

Where instead of forgetting 80 or 90% of what they’ve just learned, they actually remember 80 – 90% of it.