Effective Learning Strategies


At Judgemeadow we believe in:

    • Being kind and helping others
    • Respecting each other
    • Being organised and disciplined
    • Working hard

We also acknowledge, if we are going to expect children to work hard, we must also teach them to do the right sort of work. We are therefore committed to keeping up to date with research into cognitive psychology and ensuring students and staff are using the most effective learning strategies.

The effective learning strategies that are central to teaching, learning and revising at Judgemeadow are:

    • Spaced practice
    • Interleaving
    • Retrieval practice
    • Elaboration
    • Concrete examples

You can find out more about each of these strategies below or by visiting www.learningscientists.org.


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Effective Learning Strategies