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List of learning techniques

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This page lists and classifies [[learning technique|learning and teaching techniques]].
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! Technique !! Goal !! Used by !! Requirements !! Notes
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| [[Board technique]] || Better classroom presentation || [[Explainer]] || Classroom ||
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| [[Breaking the plane]] || Better classroom presentation || [[Explainer]] || Classroom ||
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| [[Classroom speech technique]] || Better classroom presentation || [[Explainer]] || Classroom ||
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| [[In-class desk work]] || || [[Explainer]] || Classroom |||-| [[Polling]] || Reducing [[illusion of transparency]] || [[Explainer]] || Classroom |||-| [[Cold calling]] || Reducing [[illusion of transparency]] || [[Explainer]] || Classroom ||
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| [[Define then discuss]] || || [[Explainer]] ||
| [[Examples first]] || || [[Explainer]] ||
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| [[Problems first]]/[[meditation]]s || || [[Explainer]] |||-| [[Group calling]] || || [[Explainer]] || Classroom ||
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| [[Multiple-choice question]] || || [[Explainer]] ||
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| [[Questions or comments?]] || || [[Explainer]] || Classroom |||-| Cramming || Passing a test (knowing subject well in a high-stakes situation) || [[Learner]] ||
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| [[Spaced repetition]] /distributed practice || Long-term retention || [[Explainer]], [[learner]] || Spaced repetition software, or some sort of mechanism as in the [[Leitner system]] ||
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| Active recall Blocked practice || || [[Explainer]], [[learner]] || Used by explainer in e.g. cold calling, but used by learner in e.g. flashcards
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| Passive recall [[Interleaving]] || || [[Explainer]], [[learner]] ||
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| Active recall || Retention (short-term or long-term), reducing illusion of understanding || [[Explainer]], [[learner]] || Flashcards, interactive software, or some other device that reveals answers after a response || Used by explainer in e.g. cold calling, but used by learner in e.g. flashcards|-| Passive recall || Retention (short-term or long-term) || [[Explainer]], [[learner]] || Notes or book that one is reviewing |||-| [[Quiz and recall]] || Retention (short-term or long-term), reducing illusion of understanding|-| [[Worked-example effect|Use of worked examples]] || Reduction of cognitive load || [[Explainer]] ||
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| [[Error-spotting exercise]] || || [[Explainer]] ||
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| Note-taking || Retention/distillation || [[Learner]] ||
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| Explaining in one's own words || || [[Learner]] ||
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| [[Learning from multiple sources]] || Finding better explanations, communication, learning contingencies, learning in more breadth and depth || [[Learner]] || Multiple sources; see [[Learning from multiple sources#Applicability|Learning from multiple sources § Applicability]] ||
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| Guessing what comes next/proving theorems yourself || || [[Learner]] ||
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| Presenting a common misconception || || [[Explainer]] ||
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| Building a subject from first-principles || || [[Explainer]] ||
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| [[Elaborative interrogation]] ||
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| [[Self-explanation]] || Reducing illusion of understanding ||
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| [[Summarization]] ||
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| [[Highlighting]]/[[underlining]] ||
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| [[Keyword mnemonic]] ||
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| [[Mental imagery]] (e.g. [[keyword mnemonic]]) ||
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| [[Imagery for text]] ||
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| [[Rereading]] ||
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| [[Incremental reading]] ||
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* [[List of learning strategies]] covers broader strategies to learn entire subjects
* [[List of learning measures]]
* [[Summary table of methods of recall]]
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