Guide To Memory


This resource offers 5 ideas for teachers to broaden their understanding of the brain, its anatomy and how this information may shape teaching and learning. Topics include an overview of the brain areas, a beginner dictionary, how memory is (anatomically) formed, the types of memory and how we can shape retention.

This download includes a full slide deck, a video walkthrough, editable templates and an optional professional development webinar with CPD certificate.

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Date Updated: 1st February 2023Date Created: 1st October 2021 SKU: Guide To Memory Category: Tags: , , , , ,

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As I have developed my understanding of memory, I have delved deeper into parts of the brain in order to understand it better; to bridge a potential gap between cognitive psychology (the study of mental processes) and cognitive neuroscience (how we learn) for teachers.

If we learn more about the former, we become even better at doing the latter (teaching how to learn).

There are many ‘beginner guides to memory’ across my site. This resource takes that information one step further. The challenge is translating the information into practical ideas for teachers. Whilst we can learn about as many facts about the anatomy of the brain and what each section does, the key question is ‘How will this change the way I teach?’

I hope it empowers you…


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