Multiple Exposures is one of the High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS) that has been known to have a great effect on student achievement in the classroom. The premise is that students learn best when concepts are repeated in a variety of different ways and they are given different opportunities to show their learning. In this lecture, you will be given an explanation of how multiple exposures works, some examples of where it has been used in the classroom and sample strategies and ideas that could be implemented. This lecture is designed for CRTs in either primary or secondary classrooms. 

Author: David Innes

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