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Your Brain

Memory skills are fantastic fun to use and using multiple memory systems makes information almost unforgettable.

With a bit of practice and background knowledge your memory, and your student’s memory, can be almost perfect, making lessons easily remembered!!

Memory gives confidence and self-esteem! Learning some of these methods can assist you to help students to become greater learners.

Did you know that 80% of all learning is lost within 24-48 hours and that this can send students on a downward spiral of self-esteem about their ability

“I can’t do this!”, “I’m stupid!” etc

Positive self-esteem is essential for classroom success. Memory Systems have a particular appeal to traditionally ‘lower-ability’ learners, those that do not do so well with current methods.

Once you know how memory works, you'll make learning new information child’s play!

Well used memory paths are easily accessible,

but lesser travelled paths take some finding.

Your Brain

has the potential to remember 10 pieces of information every second of everyday of your life from birth up to 100+ and still be only partially full!!

10 x seconds per day (864,000) x 365 days per year(31,536,000) x 100 years =

3,153,600,000 Pieces of Information!!

“Memory is like a piece of music– it has different parts that come together to create the whole.”
Marcus Raichle

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  • Teacher To Teacher (UK) Limited
  • 1st Floor
  • Adelphi Mill
  • Bollington
  • Macclesfield
  • Cheshire
  • SK10 5JB
  • Phone: +44(0)1625 573223
  • Email: joanna.clowes@t2tuk.co.uk

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Make a positive difference by bringing ‘Teacher to Teacher UK’ (Kagan-UK) Professional Development to your school or cluster. T2TUK/Kagan-UK team offer INSET Workshops, Keynotes and Open Enrolment Events. Full details of the workshops offered can be found in the training events page and 'In School Training' menu of this website.