Online Tools for Durable Learning

Credit: iStock.com/Radachynskyi
Credit: iStock.com/Radachynskyi
In our previous article, we explored retrieval practice, spaced practice, and metacognition as strategies that provide more durable learning experiences for students. In our work as learning designers in the Colleges of Earth and Mineral Sciences and Business at Penn State University, we incorporate all three strategies in the design of face-to-face, online, and hybrid courses.

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