kitchen table math, the sequel: SAFMEDS

Friday, June 11, 2010


One of the DI-list folks wrote a post about learning Italian using SAFMEDS.

S- Say
A- All
F- Fast
M- Minute
E- Each
D- Day
S- Shuffled

SAFMEDS and celeration charts at University of North Texas.

And: applied behavior analysis SAFMEDS. Just in case.

1 comment:

RMD said...

I've tried SAFMEDS and it didn't work for me.

However, I've found spaced-repetition programs like Supermemo or Anki to be VERY effective for all types of non-procedural learning.