Spaced learning is a learning practice that reinforces student learning and long term memory retrieval of a concept by repeated exposure to that concept over a period of time. The intervals between repetitions and methods of repetition vary depending on the content and the overall goals.
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The following are a list of references about spaced learning.
- Spaced Learning: An Approach to Minimize the Forgetting Curve
- Spaced Learning Over Time
- Spaced-practice: Free White Paper and 10 Practical Ways to Make it Happen
- Learning by Spaced Repetition
- Spaced education improves the retention of clinical knowledge by medical students: a randomised controlled trial
- Randomized, controlled trial of spaced education to urology residents in the US and Canada