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Implementing Distributed Practice in Statistics Courses: Benefits for Retention and Transfer
The present study investigated the effect of distributed versus crammed practice before a course deadline on the retention and transfer of knowledge, and whether learner characteristics moderate the effect. In Experiment 1, only 41% (N = 38) of the initially enrolled students worked the voluntary but recommended practice tasks. Moreover, markedly fewer students did so in the distributed condition (12%) than the crammed practice condition (29%). In Experiment 2, working the practice tasks was mandatory and more students ...
Between cripping and reclaiming
Disability Studies promote different feeling strategies pushing for social change towards a more inclusive and less ableist society. There is a utopian touch to this: How can we change the world by feeling differently about disability? Disabled people have discussed how to navigate ableism’s emotional toll probably since the Disability Rights movement’s roots. The paper-at-hand oscillates between two strategies that Disability Studies scholars and activists have advocated for: Cripping – deliberately changing one’s ...