Using Context to Deepen and Lengthen Learning
Higher Education, Teaching Strategies, Lengthen Learning
Nearly every teacher has experienced students forgetting something important. This forgetfulness comes in various forms. It might involve not following instructions for an assignment, missing a due date, forgetting important details on a test, or even forgetting to take the test itself. Whatever the memory infraction, there are usually good reasons why students forget. Gratefully, there are a few simple ways teachers can build context to help students achieve deeper and longer lasting learning.
Original Publication Citation
Griffin, Tyler J. (2015). “Using Context to Deepen and Lengthen Learning.” Faculty Focus, online newsletter published March 16, 2015. Magna Publications, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin. Online copy available at http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/using-context-deepen-lengthen-learning/
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Griffin, Tyler J., "Using Context to Deepen and Lengthen Learning" (2015). Faculty Publications. 3411.