Memory

Making Memory Stick: Memory & Learning with Seniors - Research findings of the Carnegie Learning Centre (2004)

This tip sheet accompanies a video about memory and what helps improve memory, particularly in seniors.

Memory is the ability to store, retain and recall experiences, and it can be short-term or long-term. As well, there are different types of memory. For example, semantic memory deals with non-personal, factual knowledge, while procedural memory retains learned actions like walking, swimming, or riding a bike.

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2012-09-13

Making Memory Stick: Research findings of the Carnegie Learning Centre – Digital story [Video – 9:46] (2011)

This video provides insight into how memory functions and how to improve memory, especially in seniors.

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2012-09-13

Order of Operations Part 2 – Concept [Video – 10:08] (2011)

This short video tutorial deals with the concept of order of operations in mathematics problems and builds on the material covered in earlier lessons.

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2012-03-01

Organizing Information to Help with Memory (2009)

Lesson Plan 9

This lesson plan, part of the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) Essential Skills series, is aimed at learners who want to improve their memory skills. It introduces strategies like mapping and categorizing for improving memory. The lesson plan includes games to test memory and activities that require grouping words into categories.

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2009-10-14

Adult Education Part II (1997)

Supplement to Adult Education Resource Guide and Learning Standards (q.v.). A collection of peer-reviewed and peer-selected instructional strategies incorporating the best practices of New York's adult educators. Lessons cover drama, map reading, sequencing and memory, a mock World Peace Summit, reading, HIV education, and politics.

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1997-01-01
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