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Study: Productive Struggle Promotes Deeper Learning

A new white paper from Triumph Learning suggests that productive struggle can lead to deeper learning among students.
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A new white paper from Triumph Learning suggests that productive struggle can lead to deeper learning among students. The white paper looks at productive struggle as used through Triumph Learning’s Waggle Smart Practice solution, which was developed around this research-backed learning strategy.

The white paper outlines the key elements of productive struggle such as motivation, persistence, support and feedback. It also details learning strategies that promote productive struggle, including quizzing, self-testing and mixed practice. 

More information is available in the new white paper, “Productive Struggle for Deeper Learning.”

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