Memory – Remembering and Forgetting

Memory is a cognitive process. It allows us to encode, store, and retrieve information, skills and experiences. It is essential for learning because it helps us retain what we’ve learned and builds a foundation for linking new learning.

How we remember and forget

Some teaching tips to support student memory

Tips for improving memory

Learn more about memory

Memory is a large topic. Find some recent thoughts in:

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