Frequently asked questions
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How much does it cost?
Classroom is fast and flexible. Open and free.
RememberMore is currently free to schools and available to preview - get in touch.
Dashboard - requires an admin email and for you to register an account.
How do I get my Cards on classroom.remembermore.app?
We would love to include your content (or Decks or Cards) on classroom.remembermore.app. Simply "Contact us."
There is a second option. You can organise your own Classroom, with your own RememberMore app. It is all explained on the 'Educators' tab.
How do I submit a single question-answer (retrieval prompt) to a deck?
Simply, fill out the form and submit it. We review question-answers submissions weekly. If you want to contribute more than a single prompt, maybe a deck, do get in touch.
How reliable is confidence-based assessments?
Confidence-based assessment is a well researched area of education research within meta cognition and learning. It is very reliable.
According to Hunt (2003), confidence-based assessment is a highly correlative measures between human self-assessment and learning.
Siedlecka et al., (2016) reported confidence accuracy percentages above 70%, "response accuracy always correlated with confidence."
The research of Dr Justin Couchman and Dr Mariana Coutinho stands out. Couchman et al., (2016) found that confidence ratings for each individual question accurately predicted performance and were a much better decisional guide than retrospective judgements (post exam performance). Coutinho et al., (2020) found that confidence judgments were accurate indicators of performance with a significant benefit for students who rated their confidence compared to those that did not.
Chen et al., (2019) reported improved coefficients r=.655 between judgements post testing, significantly higher than the correlation for re-study trials, r=.338, t=8.773, p<.001. With cued recall, superior to multiple choice or recognition recall.
As important is that the act of assessing one’s own judgment of learning is one of the most effective ways to deepen a memory trace, Sadler (2006) with the connection of confidence and knowledge accelerating learning and improving student performance - primarily by creating a more confident and productive student. (Adams and Ewen, 2009)
The evidence for confidence-based assessment in both intriguing and compelling.
Why not just mark every question-answer as easy?
What is there to gain by marking every Card as easy? Learners simply get to the point where all the cards have an equal chance of being presented and the learner still only knows, what you knew, when they started using Remember. More, plus a little more than they did at the start through exposure to the cards.
Leading the use of RememberMore includes framing the reason for investing learner time with RememberMore. It is less about assessment than it is about building substantive knowledge and learner confidence.
What information do you collect?
At present, RememberMore as a standalone app and reports only your performance and progress data to you.
No information is shared with third parties.