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We all need people who keep us honest; those who can celebrate our wins, but are also able to point out our blind spots. Recently, Dr. Kripa Sundar very kindly pointed out one such blind spot in my writing about retrieval practice.

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How do they know what information to cover during retrieval practice? Teachers know that one of the most valuable resources in the classroom is time. It is incredibly precious. I am lucky enough to have ninety minutes per class everyday. That is enough time to invest minutes to questioning and still leaves an ample amount time for instruction.

I realize many do not have that luxury in the classroom and must really prioritize what they do with their time. So, here are three criteria I consider when constructing retrieval practice opportunities for my students:. Any information that is core to the major concepts in the class or particular unit we are studying are usually the first items I want to assess with my students.

It is vital students encounter this material during reviews to provide several opportunities for retrieval. Not only does it capitalize on spaced practice of the older material, it is a great starting point for discussion in the class. Having students chat about commonalities between two ideas or how this event led to the next can be a very worthwhile activity. I know in my classroom there are many terms and concepts that may be confusing for students to remember correctly.

Proactive interference occurs when old memories disrupt the retrieval of new memories. At the start of the new year, students will probably struggle to recall their new combination from memory but be able to recall their old combination. Retroactive interference Need honest assessment when new memories disrupt the retrieval of old memories. I know students struggle to correctly remember these terms, so I know I want to make sure we discuss them and students have multiple opportunities to retrieve this material. I Need honest assessment this helps with narrowing down what information to consider when developing opportunities for retrieval in the classroom or at home.

But, in the classroom, there needs to be a balance between instruction and assessment opportunities. Too much of either and inefficiencies begin to creep in, hindering the effectiveness of both. What criteria do you use for deciding what information to include on retrieval opportunities? What have I missed? Please feel free to leave a comment or write a rebuttal. Photo by Shubham Sharan on Unsplash.

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Nice work. To learn programming well, the big picture is important.

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Task decomposition starts there. So, here are three criteria I consider when constructing retrieval practice opportunities for my students: Material that is critical for seeing the big picture. Material that is commonly confused. Since this information is already somewhat susceptible to being incorrectly remembered, students need a crystal clear explanation.

I also like to revisit this information later in the lesson. When possible, I will begin and end class with retrieval of this confusing information. What Should I Retrieve? Poster Download. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply.

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