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Thursday, March 27 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Test More, Study Less LIMITED

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By shifting our focus from how we teach to how students learn, we can explore how to integrate simple principles, capable of fostering significant gains in student achievement, into everyday teaching. We’ll explore a variety of questions related to how tests, feedback and problem solving help students learn, such as: Are quizzes more effective than additional study time?  What is the appropriate type of feedback?  Is it better to practice problems of one type or several types?  How can I get my students to think more carefully about mathematical problem solving?  We’ll discuss how more often then not, answers to these questions are not intuitive and practice often runs contrary to the findings of research.


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John Cooney

Founder, Jblanden & Associates
Dr. John B. Cooney is Professor Emeritus of the University of Northern Colorado, Department of Educational Psychology where he was a member of the faculty from 1980 - 2005.  He was also an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods.  Additionally... Read More →


Thursday March 27, 2014 10:45am - 12:00pm
Sweeney A Santa Fe Community Convention Center

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