I was given a copy of this book recently, and have devoured it!  It walks through the brain science of why we forget – mostly due to bad study habits, and how to recall information – to Make it Stick.  Approachable and relatable examples are used to present hard data – I was drawn in by the real life examples.

It did change my mind on testing:  I was not a fan of testing for testing sake, however, the book makes some solid arguments that targeted testing has a strong impact on the brain and how it can aid in recall.

A great read!


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