Want to Make Learning Stick? Make it Harder

Want to Make Learning Stick? Make it Harder

Spacing and interleaving might sound like unusual pedagogical practices, but they might just be worth employing with your law students. In Want to Make Learning Stick? Make it Harder over on Age of Awareness at Medium, Nick Soderstrom argues for the adoption of some different techniques to improve learning outcomes. Spaced out... Cramming and long periods …

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Are you excited for your first day of class?  Or are you putting your students’ marks at risk?

The first day of semester at law school is rapidly approaching for law school in the southern hemisphere.  You’ve spent days (or even weeks) compiling your curriculum, your reading list and writing assessment tasks.  You might have even started to (re)write your lectures and lesson plans.  But have you thought about your first day in …

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