Paul Middlemas

    From the video, these are some of the principles I picked up on being used. Some (or most) of the principles seem to be connected or closely linked so I grouped them together.

    2 – engaging with the activity (through comprehension qs, drag and drop…)

    5 – low stress, supportive – scores aren’t recorded, no/little consequence

    6 – humanised

    7 – elaborative rehearsal; linking use of new terms to teaching terminology already familiar with i.e. scaffolding learning…

    9 – reviewing material/principles several times (a review video)

    14 – intervallic – looping back to unit 1, repeated information… and 15 – occasionally reviewing previous information… 18. – repeated testing

    17. tested, through activities – ‘more effortful cognitive processing’ 19. having to produce answers (writing in the words in the last activity, rather than e.g. a matching activity where you have all the info on the screen. 23. these activities also allow you to go back and repeat/correct your answer and 24. getting immediate feedback…