In school, teachers usually teach the â€œphonebookâ€ method of learning a language. With this memory technique you were given a list of vocabulary words to memorize, along with their meaning. The object is to repeat the word so often it will â€œstickâ€ in your memory, and then you can move on to another word. This [...]
These memory strategies have been taught for years by the top memory training experts, and probably are nothing new to you, but canâ€™t hurt to go over them again now, can it? They have withstood the test of time, and are designed to help you pass your test by improving your ability to recall the [...]
There are many theories as to how to make memorizing easier. You can employ a memory expert, such as myself, to help you with the basics; you can buy cdâ€™s with memory lessons; and you can take classes in speed reading and other memory techniques. They are all excellent ideas that can benefit you immensely, [...]
Two-Time USA Memory Champion; memory training expert and memory keynote Ron White shares his thoughts on the value of visual learning for memory improvement. Discoveries in brain research show our brain is divided into two hemispheres. The right side is our analytical side, and usually attributed to auditory/sequential learners. The left hemisphere is attributed to our creative side, and visual/spatial learners are seen as having more processing going on with this side of the brain.
Two-Time USA Memory Champion; memory training expert and memory keynote Ron White shares his thoughts on the value of teachers identifying the different learning styles of students in order for them to improve grades. Discoveries in brain research show our cranium is divided into two hemispheres â€“ the right side is our analytical side, and usually attributed to auditory/sequential learners; while the left is attributed to our creative side and to visual/spatial learners. How we process our information relates to how we function in other areas of our lives. The question is - are our teachers structuring their lesson plans toward only one type of learning group while missing the advantages and potential of the other?
I have often described the sport of memory as something similar to learning a new language. I have pictures for every number from 1-1000. I essentially memorized them through route memorization. It would be equivalent of learning 1000 new words in a new language and that is exactly what it is! The language of memor