Building interleaving and spaced practice into our pedagogy

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  1. Calum Blair says:

    Hi there,

    I contacted you via Twitter recently but I can’t for the life of me find the Tweets! Anyway, I wondered if you would be willing to share your Y7 scheme of work with me? I’m really intrigued by this approach and we are currently in the initial stages of re-writing our S1 & 2 courses (ages 11-13). I think that it needs a major revamp for us to consider new ways of teaching and learning and to better prepare our pupils so any information you could give to provide me with some inspiration would be absolutely amazing.

    Of course, if these is anything that I can do for you I’d be more than happy to try and oblige.

    Looking forward to hearing from you and hope you can help,

    Kind Regards


  2. Sylwia says:

    I have experimented using this approach for the past three years. I am using 4 to 10 questions as my starters(low stake).On purpose after teaching the law of indices I did not included this topic in my starters for 3 months. After that I used them and students did not remember it. English is my second language therefore to learn new vocabulary I have to repeat them in different context and at different intervals. I am using this approach in my teaching .

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