Exposure to related concepts is interleaved rather than blocked to enable robust encoding and better long-term recollection.
Concepts are revisited repeatedly over time across many sessions and recalled after a longer break to ensure knowledge retention.
Identifying knowledge gaps and delivering supportive instructional scaffolds is critical and educationally consequential.
Delayed subsequent retrieval practice is more potent for reinforcing retention than immediate practice.
a.k.a. "learning for mastery", students are required to master each concept before moving on to dependent concepts.
Personalized System of Instruction
a.k.a. "The Keller Plan", is an enhanced mastery learning strategy to ensure reinforcement throughout the learning process.
Dynamic and multidimensional student knowledge measurement at each bite-sized concept contingent on the performance across the interdependent web of concepts.
Interactive and rigorous items enable deeper engagement, higher level of thinking and improved measures of student knowledge.