Cognitive Psychology Ideas to Help Students Learn (Guest Post from K. Yee and D. Boyd via Faculty Focus)

While cognitive science literature on learning is exciting, it lacks a unifying structure to enhance practitioners’ recall and application of the findings. To assist time-strapped instructional faculty and staff, the authors of this article from Magna Publications Faculty Focus offer a consolidated summary of key cognitive science principles, in the form of an easy-to-remember acronym: ANSWER.

  • Attention
  • Novelty
  • Spacing
  • Why
  • Emotions
  • Repetition

Read the complete article How Can We Amplify Student Learning? The ANSWER from Cognitive Psychology at this link.

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