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Memory. Ann Morrison, Ph.D. Memory Experiment. Look at the image I have just given you When I say time is up, hand the image back to me Copy the image onto the blank page Put your name on the blank page and hand it in. Learning. Learning is a change in knowledge and/or skills

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memory

Memory

Ann Morrison, Ph.D.

memory experiment
Memory Experiment
  • Look at the image I have just given you
  • When I say time is up, hand the image back to me
  • Copy the image onto the blank page
  • Put your name on the blank page and hand it in
learning
Learning
  • Learning is a change in knowledge and/or skills
  • What needs to happen in order for knowledge and/or skills to change?
spongebob s memory
Spongebob’s Memory
  • In groups, identify strategies for teaching Spongebob how to be a fancy waiter without him having to erase his long term memory and overload his short term memory
memory experiment part 2
Memory Experiment Part 2
  • On the blank paper I provided, draw the image from the beginning of class
words from peter doolittle talk
Words from Peter Doolittle Talk
  • Tree
  • Highway
  • Mirror
  • Saturn
  • Electrode
what we process we learn
What We Process, We Learn
  • Process information in the moment
    • Evaluate, question,
  • Practice and repeat information
    • Write it down, think about it later, tell someone else
  • Think elaborately and illustratively
    • Wrap prior knowledge around new knowledge
  • Use imagery
    • Create images to remember, record ideas in images
  • When providing information: Organization and Support
    • Provide structure to help students make meaning

From Peter Doolittle, TEDGlobal 2013