Student Practice: Spaced vs. Massed
Presenter and Participant Materials
Massed Practice refers to conditions in which individuals practice a task continuously without rest. Spaced Practice refers to conditions in which individuals are given rest intervals within the practice sessions. While information repeated in a distributed fashion or spaced over time learned more slowly, it is retained for much longer.
Student Practice: Spaced vs. Massed Learning Objectives
- Understanding the research and core components of spaced versus massed practice.
- Determining the types of concepts which best fit spaced practice.
- Determining the amount of space between repetition or practice of concepts.
- Applying spaced practice to identified concepts.
- Planning for classroom application.
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Pre/Post Educator-Learner Assessments:
Pre and post assessments are a component of high quality professional development. It is recommended that all consultants and other trainer/facilitators use them as they tailor their professional development for their audience. The pre/post assessment and the answer key are posted below for downloading and administering.
In addition to the participant materials, the Power Point files with detailed presenter notes are available for each learning package. For some packages, additional presenter resources are also suggested.
Power Points with Presenter Notes