The essence of learning is hearing or reading, then remembering, then thinking analytically and creatively about what was remembered. As with any other task, there are a number of different ways of memorizing effectively.  The strategy you choose may be dictated by the content of what you must memorize.  It could also be that you choose a memorization strategy that works best for you. Students will learn the following memory strategies:

  • Repetition
  • Visualization
  • Categorization
  • Acronyms

Do not complete the worksheets until you are asked to do so during the course. The topics will explain the significance of each worksheet by posing questions to the student, providing examples, or commenting on the purpose behind them.

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