12+ Retrieval Practice Strategies for Instructors & Trainers

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Speaker, Educator, and Consultant, Custom Professional Learning LLC
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    Wed, Mar 01, 2023 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
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    1 Hour
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As learning designers, trainers, teachers, or facilitators, we want our content to stick with participants. Retention has always been a goal and we know that actively engaging with course material is key, but how do we incorporate evidence-based strategies to make learning stick? Retrieval practice is one of the most well-researched learning  strategies, but for an individual learner outside of a course it feels like hard, uncomfortable work with delayed results. That’s why learners resort to ineffective self-study practices such as highlighting material, or rereading their notes.

Building retrieval practice strategies into our courses is easy. Sheila will share more than a dozen ways to create low-stakes opportunities for retrieval practice into your courses that will result in high reward for participants.
 
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About Sheila B. Robinson, Ed.D.

Sheila B. Robinson, Ed.D., Custom Professional Learning, LLC, is a speaker, educator, and consultant with a passion for the science of teaching and learning, presentations, and asking questions. Through her talks, professional development workshops and university courses, Sheila teaches people how to make the most of professional learning and how to ask good questions, along with program evaluation, survey design, data visualization, audience engagement, and presentation design.  

Sheila is author of Designing Quality Survey Questions, a text focused on a respondent-centered and research-based survey design process that focuses on how we ask questions of our respondents. 

Sheila is also a Certified Presentation Specialist (CPS)™, Director of Education, Training and Advocacy at the Presentation Guild, and Senior Design and Facilitation Consultant with Evergreen Data.




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