Study tips

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1. Vary where you teach and students study.

2. Incorporate 'breaks' into your lectures.

3. Vary your assessments and retrieval exercises.

4. Incorporate 'desirable difficulties' into your course.

Study tips to share with students:

read this and the resources cited. [1]

and this [2]

and cited science article ("Retrieval Practice Produces More Learning than Elaborative Study with Concept Mapping," Science, published online 20 January 2011.)