Learning Disabilities and Whole Life Learning Project

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

Waking up to the possibilities of learning disabilities [Video – 7:45] (2012)

In this short video, a young woman explains how having a learning disability affected her during her school years.

Angela loves horses, singing, and writing songs. She also has dyslexia, a learning disability characterized by difficulty with reading.

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2012-09-06

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