Distributed learning

The practice of spacing out, or distributing, learning sessions over time. This approach to study is shown to have more efficacy than one-time trainings or common (if ineffective) educational study techniques like cramming.

See also: Primacy effect, Spaced repetition 

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Distributed learning in action:

Improving study habits and maximizing remote engagement with Cerego at Het Stedelijk Lyceum, Netherlands

Improving study habits and maximizing remote engagement with Cerego at Het Stedelijk Lyceum, Netherlands

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