The resulting graph is called ebbinghaus forgetting curve the bads news is its steeper than you may think the good news is there are strategies you can use to improve your memory retention. The forgetting curve is a mathematical formula that describes the rate at which something is forgotten after it is initially learned the idea is over 100 years old it originates in the late 19th . Ebbinghaus forgetting curve or simply the forgetting curve shows how information is lost over time when you dont try to retain it if it wasnt for the forgetting curve your learners could take an elearning unit once and it would stick in their brains first time. Replication of the forgetting curve as i was preparing for the reinforcement 101 presentation leanne batchelder and i gave at the lten annual conference and in a subsequent webinar i found a fascinating study where the authors attempted to replicate ebbinghaus forgetting curve
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