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M4-Memory & LD

Module 4-SPED 730

As exam time approaches students with learning disabilities often find themselves overwhelmed with the amount of information they need to remember
T/F: Research tells us that if we review information within 48 hours of learning it, we are much more likely to remember it in the long run. False, Information is best remembered when reviewed 24 hours prior
Students need to choose strategies that work best for them and their learning style. What life skill can this be linked to? Self-Determination
What are 3 ways students can use memory/tricks to remember information? 1. Sort Information/put new information into categories. 2. Frequent review: A small review each day is essential if you have memory problems. 3. Use humor or exaggeration: Information stays in memory longer if related to something novel & interesting.
Give 3 ways students can use their senses to improve memory? Try learning the information visually, verbally, and kinesthetically. Find which sense works best for you. Some people need to combine 2 or more senses.
Give 4 more ways students can improve memory and learning Color code Make visual aids Rehearse aloud Turn memory practice into a game
Created by: bethalove