Exam 3 - EDP 304 Take Home Test 3 1. Distributed practice...

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EDP 304 Take Home Test 3 1. Distributed practice is more advantageous than massed practice because as Ebbinghaus discovered, if there is more time between the times of relearning than the rate of forgetting is slower. This is called the spacing effect. Also, by not using massed practice, distributed practice allows for information to be retained for longer periods. Whereas, with massed practice the information quickly disappears. 2. Provide that the students must turn in things like what or who they intend to do their project, a rough draft if applicable, and maybe some sort of interim report so that their project completion progress can be tracked. 3. This type of feedback provides a good example of how to use feedback to emphasize progress. However, the praise provided for neither specific information on which parts were incorrect nor with information on how to correct or improve incorrect aspects, therefore the comment was not teaching. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course EDP 304 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at N.C. State.

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Exam 3 - EDP 304 Take Home Test 3 1. Distributed practice...

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