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==Exercise==
 
==Exercise==
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The principle of '''exercise''' states that those things most often repeated are best remembered. It is the basis of drill and [[Practice (learning method)|practice]]. It has been proven that students learn best and retain information longer when they have meaningful practice and repetition. The key here is that the practice must be meaningful. It is clear that practice leads to improvement only when it is followed by positive feedback.
 
The principle of '''exercise''' states that those things most often repeated are best remembered. It is the basis of drill and [[Practice (learning method)|practice]]. It has been proven that students learn best and retain information longer when they have meaningful practice and repetition. The key here is that the practice must be meaningful. It is clear that practice leads to improvement only when it is followed by positive feedback.
   

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