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Memory development and sensory resources

Voice recorder. Outspoken student. Memory development.

The best way to develop a student’s memory is through practise. Learners have preferences when it comes to memory development. Here are some resources that will help the visual learner, auditory learner, read-write learner and kinesthetic learner. Memory¬†development and sensory learners Visual Charts, posters, maps, and diagrams are visual images …

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Tech in the classroom for all learning styles

Keyboard. Tech.

When a giant screen turns on in a classroom, have you ever noticed how quickly the faces of the students glow with amazement? They have no idea what’s about to show but they feel enthusiastic to find out. They know it’s for educational purposes but who cares what it’s for? …

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Learning styles – visual, auditory, read-write, kinesthetic

Computer. Learning styles.

Everyone has a preference with food, movies, music, books, and cars. In the same way, people have sensory preferences when it comes to learning. There are four styles of learning that help students to retain lessons best when they use the ones of their choice. These are visual, auditory, read-write, …

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