Daily review strengthens previous learning and can lead to fluent recall of information and application of skills. Reviewing previously learned content on a daily basis strengthens the neural connections over time that are necessary for developing expertise, supporting retention in Short-term and Long-term Memories. This is especially important for concepts and Vocabulary that are relevant for the day's lesson, which supports Short-term Memory. Repeated daily review accompanied with practice opportunities from students can also have positive effects on students' Composition.
Watch how this ninth grade teacher uses entry tickets to monitor student learning and give feedback. As a way to review or revisit previous concepts, this quick routine allows students to independently review instruction.
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Learn how study apps like Quizlet allow students and teachers to create flashcards to practice content regularly. Quizlet incorporates spaced practice research to surface cards that a student is on the verge of forgetting.
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