Memory Skills<br />By: <br />Stephanie Fiser<br />
Main Steps to Memory<br />	Intention<br />					Attention<br />		Association<br />					Retention<br />			Recall<br />
Intention<br />          - Willingness to learn.<br />The Adult Learning Cycle:<br />		1. Relate- why do I want to learn t...
Attention <br />- Concentration, Observation , and Attentiveness to details<br />Mindfulness- totally in the moment<br />	...
Association<br />         To productively memorize something you must make an association between old and new information....
Memory Stragities<br />			1. Write it down<br />		2. Go from the general to the specific<br />			   3. Reduce information<...
	          6. Integrate both your left and right sides of your brain<br />	            7. Use all of your senses<br />			 ...
Summary, Review, and Reflect<br />Summarize: summarize a section or chapter. <br />Review: review your notes and summariza...
Overcome ObstaclesUse these questions to overcome your obstacles!<br />Do I want to remember?<br />Do I have a positive at...
Have I reviewed right after the lecture? Within 24 hours?<br />Have I set up weekly reviews?<br />Have I visualized what I...
Have I reviewed the information often?<br />Have I used memory techniques to help me associate key words?<br />Have I summ...
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Memory Skills 1

  1. 1. Memory Skills<br />By: <br />Stephanie Fiser<br />
  2. 2. Main Steps to Memory<br /> Intention<br /> Attention<br /> Association<br /> Retention<br /> Recall<br />
  3. 3. Intention<br /> - Willingness to learn.<br />The Adult Learning Cycle:<br /> 1. Relate- why do I want to learn this? <br /> 2. Observe- how does this work?<br /> 3. Reflect- what does this mean?<br /> 4. Do – what can I do with this?<br /> 5. Teach- Whom can share this with?<br />
  4. 4. Attention <br />- Concentration, Observation , and Attentiveness to details<br />Mindfulness- totally in the moment<br /> - Relaxed - Focused<br /> - Receptive - Alert<br />
  5. 5. Association<br /> To productively memorize something you must make an association between old and new information. When you do this you make it meaning full. <br />Retention<br />memorization- The transfer from long term memory to short term memory. <br /> Recall<br /> Repetition and practice help students retain more information. Repeat names and dates out loud, practice new applications, and make associations between information.<br />
  6. 6. Memory Stragities<br /> 1. Write it down<br /> 2. Go from the general to the specific<br /> 3. Reduce information<br /> 4. Eliminate your distractions<br /> 5. Study in short sessions<br />
  7. 7. 6. Integrate both your left and right sides of your brain<br /> 7. Use all of your senses<br /> 8. Use Mnemonic devices<br /> 9. Use note cards<br /> 10. Recite<br /> 11. PRACTICE! <br />
  8. 8. Summary, Review, and Reflect<br />Summarize: summarize a section or chapter. <br />Review: review your notes and summarization<br />Reflect: Reflect the chapter. <br />
  9. 9. Overcome ObstaclesUse these questions to overcome your obstacles!<br />Do I want to remember?<br />Do I have a positive attitude about the information?<br />Have I eliminated distractions?<br />Have I organized and grouped material?<br />
  10. 10. Have I reviewed right after the lecture? Within 24 hours?<br />Have I set up weekly reviews?<br />Have I visualized what I want to remember?<br />Have I used repetition?<br />
  11. 11. Have I reviewed the information often?<br />Have I used memory techniques to help me associate key words?<br />Have I summarized material in my own words?<br />Have I used association and compared and contrasted new material with what know?<br />

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