The following are articles and research that supports the theories and/or research behind the EduProtocols.

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The Spacing Effect: How to Improve Learning and Maximize Retention

Farnam Street

“This is where the spacing effect comes in. It’s a wildly useful phenomenon: we are better able to recall information and concepts if we learn them in multiple, spread-out sessions. We can leverage this effect by using spaced repetition to slowly learn almost anything.”

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I’m a Neuroscientist. Here’s How Teachers Change Kids’ Brains

Voices: Learning Research by EdSurge

“The human brain is a statistical analyzer. After thousands of repetitions of slightly disparate stimuli, it begins to map for commonalities. That allows the brain to develop anticipatory response patterns, or a set of common reactions, which minimize effort and increase speed and efficiency.”


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