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Research from the past few years has shown student study preferences change over time as they are exposed to more study strategies from A Learner's Toolkit.
Over the past three years, we have evaluated the impact of different exposure interventions to A Learner’s Toolkit on study behaviours and strategies.
On Friday 3 September, Churchie Research Centre held a virtual TeachMeet event, A Matter of Translation.
Churchie teachers recently evaluated the efficacy of the brain dump strategy in a workshop with Professor Mark McDaniel from Washington University.
The following article assesses the utility (learning gain for invested time and effort) of common study strategies.
Students at Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie) are being taught skills and strategies to become lifelong leaners.
The Churchie Research Centre is continuing world-leading research into the study skills of high school students and the science of learning, working with leading universities to empower students to be lifelong learners.
In response to COVID-19, Churchie is focused on developing the capacity of teachers to navigate the change from a physical to an online teaching environment.
During 2020, the Churchie Research Centre will focus on four capstone research projects, which seek to translate emergent theory into practice within this schooling context.
Cognitive scientists Pooja K. Agarwal, Ludmila D. Nunes and Janell R. Blunt have completed a systematic review of the literature specifically focused on the application of retrieval practice in the classroom setting.
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East Brisbane QLD Australia 4169
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