One of the essential components of learning is remembering. As teachers, our hope is that what is learned is retained beyond any assessment, and can be applied relevantly and flexibly outside the classroom. One problem, however, is that our brains are actually wired to forget! Luckily, there are research-backed methods teachers can utilize to help ensure that what is learned stays with the student long after the quiz or test has happened. This article from Edutopia highlights such strategies and the science behind them.

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