Don't just take our word for how powerful Learn Everywhere is - research across the scientific community has shown that the Spacing Effect is the future of learning.
The “spacing effect” is a learning principle that demonstrates the effect of time on the strength of a memory. This principle shows that our mind will intentionally forget information that it hasn’t seen within a certain interval of time.
Research on spacing has also shown that if you delay your review of a concept until you’re about to forget it, that memory would be strengthened far more effectively. This means the best time to review is when you’re on the verge of forgetting.
Learn Everywhere observes all of your learning interactions through the app, predicts when you will forget the information you’ve learned, and organizes the material to reflect your memory.
Research has reproduced the results of the spacing effect through hundreds of experiments. This system is designed to make this method of learning as accessible as possible to teachers and thereby to students.
Repeated retrieval of information is the key to long-term retention.Jeffrey D. Karpicke, Purdue University
The spacing effect is one of the most ubiquitous findings in learning and memory.David A. Balota, Ph.D., University of South Carolina
For every traditional lesson you need a pen, a pencil or books. But Spaced Learning changes all that.Student, Monkseaton High School