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Memory: Is a New Angle Possible?

John Jensen, Ph.D. – Last week, in response to a blog (“A Case for Memorization” in Edweek, I think), I explained briefly how to obtain solid recall of a piece of knowledge efficiently by gradually stretching the interval between recalls, starting at one minute. I offered to send further information (cf. offer at end of blog). Tom Burkard accepted my offer from the UK, and added…

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