In Tic-Tac, the player chooses a category of knowledge and then types a short answer to a closed question about that category of knowledge. With correct answers the user receives an "X" and gains points, with incorrect answers the user receives an "O" and loses points.
The mental processing required to generate these answers helps the learner to:
Move information from short-term memory to long-term memory
Deepen understanding of the category of knowledge
Build confidence in their knowledge of the topic
Tic-Tac is useful for realizing the following learning objectives:
Increase information retention by recalling
critical pieces of information.
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Increase retention and application of
procedures and processes by recalling steps
associated with different processes.
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