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Memory is a useful tool in the classroom. This PPTx explores its application and importance in teaching.

Memory is a useful tool in the classroom. This PPTx explores its application and importance in teaching.

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  • 1. Laura Carter
    EDCI 500-02
    Spring Semester 2011
    Memory
  • 2. Tic tac
    hocus
    3 blind
    Humpty
    Marco
    Fee fi
    walt
  • 3. How do you explain how you know how to complete those thoughts?
    Your memory…
    A powerful tool you use every day!
  • 4. Everyday tasks require it…
    What would we do without it?
    What do we do with it?
    Everything!
  • 5. Memory is crucial to learning
    Therefore, teachers should understand how it works and how to develop it in students.
  • 6. So, what is memory?
    Memory is one’s ability to
    store, retain and recall information
  • 7. There are Two types of memory
    Long-term memory
    Short-term memory
  • 8. Image 1
  • 9. Memory and the Brain
    United Streaming 1
  • 10. The role of memory in the classroom
    United Streaming 2
  • 11. Memory and the classroom
    10 Strategies to Enhance Students’ Memory
    Give directions in Multiple Formats
    Over-Learn the Material
    Use Visual Memory Cues
    Teacher Prepared handouts prior to Lectures (focus attention)
    Create Active Readers
    Write down Step-by-Step Process
    Retrieval Practice
    Develop Cues for Storing Information
    Prime the Memory Prior to Teaching
    Review Material before going to Sleep
    Center for Development and Learning
  • 12. Resources
    • Slide 2 Idea from Google Chrome
    Image #1 Copyright ©1999-2007 Dynamic Flight, Inc.
    United Streaming #1
    Cochran. (1993). Memory and the Brain [Video Segment]. Available from http:// www.discoveryeducation.com/
    United Streaming #2
    Audio Education. (2011). Audio Journal: Dr. John Medina: Part Three: Memory and the Senses [Audio]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/
    • Thomas, A. Center for Development and Learning, Retrieved from http://www.cdl.org/resource-library/articles/memory_strategies_May06.php