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Organising and Planning

Interleaving: Mix Up Your Learning to Make it Stick

Do you block or interleave your practise when learning? Find out the benefits of interleaving and how you can use this learning strategy to help you learn better

Interleaving is a strategy that can help you plan what to learn and when.

When learning, we tend to select a single topic to discover or learn about and focus on this topic for the whole session. This is called blocked practice.

Interleaving, on the other hand, involves selecting a number of topics to learn about and mixing them up, switching between them within a learning session.

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