According to Dr. Robert Bjork, "the curse of knowledge" is:
thinking you know everything and thus refusing to learn more.
the same as "ignorance is bliss."
over estimating how much of what we are saying our students, friends and colleagues actually understand
When using "interleaving" during practice, it means that you:
practice an addition problem, then a subraction problem, then a division problem, rather than mastering one at a time.
practice one thing at a time until you have mastered it, such as practicing a curve ball until you do it well, then moving on to the next type of pitch.
write out clear directions for each thing you practice on a separate piece of paper.
The easier it is to learn something, the greater chance you will remember it later.
Only when dealing with numbers
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