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The importance of active recall

Are you wondering why after training, you are unable to recall what you have just learnt? Adam Robinson, author of  What Smart Students Know said:...

Why is knowledge retention important in business?

Have you ever walked out of a training session and realised you’ve already forgotten some of the information you were told? If you think not,...

It's not just Spaced Repetition with Wranx - It's personal

It’s interesting how some people you know have the most remarkable memory. But how are they able to retain so much information and recall with...

Spaced Repetition, gamification and microlearning: a glossary of terms

E-learning has done a huge amount to reduce the cost of training for businesses, make it easier for them to deliver and make it more convenient...

What is Spaced Repetition learning?

If you’ve read much about employee learning of late, you’ll likely have heard about Spaced Repetition. It’s something of an ‘in thing’ where...

Keep on keepin’ on - the benefits of overlearning

Learning something new takes time, enthusiasm and, above all, practice. The more practice the better and that means repetition. We perfect our...

 How to remember not to forget with Spaced Repetition

We know that we all absorb knowledge in different ways, and at differing rates. We have individual methods that help us assess and filter...

Little and often - the thought behind Spaced Repetition

Many people think that the teaching technique known as Spaced Repetition, which has gained more and more traction over recent years with language...

The art of bite-sized learning

Astonishing and incredible yet irregular and unpredictable at the same time, the human memory is a funny thing.