How to Use Spaced Repetition for Staff Learning

Spaced repetition strengthens the mental pattern of retained information in our brains, allowing for the consolidation of greater amounts of new knowledge in a shorter amount of time.

Spaced repetition means reviewing material in snippets each day after initial absorption with increasing large gaps between reviews. It allows the pieces of information to formulate into chunks of easily remembered, low cognitive load pieces instead of detached and fragmented knowledge. These chunks are better retained when re-gathering the information to create a clear and whole picture.

Conceptualisation and connection of core concepts (try saying that quickly three times) is enhanced through putting the practice of spaced repetition into play in staff learning, which you can easily do through these 4 steps:

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