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This fourth edition offers more than 1,000 brain-friendly strategies and examines standards-based lesson planning, learning styles, and positive teaching mind-sets to enhance student results.
Chapter 11: Learning to Remember
Learning to Remember
Forgetting is frustrating, especially for teachers and students, when they spend so much of their time being diligent in the pursuit of learning that the recall often falls through the cracks. This chapter explores why that happens. Specifically, it provides you with strategies to help students remember much more. But is it the student's job to figure out how best to recall learning? Or is the teacher's job to teach better recall skills? The answer is both. You must provide students with a framework of how best to learn by offering them study skills and lifelong learning skills. Once you introduce these skills, students ...