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Principles of memory

Principles of memory
College Freshman
Chemeketa Communty College, Salem, OR

I found this extremely valuable. It breaks down the principles into a what, why, and how chart that can be referred to for any learning situation.

Principles of Memory
Michael Pace, HS Sophomore
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, Oregon

Principles Of Memory, was a good study website. I liked the fact the material was in chart form and easy to access. When to use the memory tip, was especially refreshing to see as a way to sort the information. I also liked the way it said why each tip was important. I find is useful in memory when I know why or how something is used or important.

memory table
Klain Pippert, College Freshman
Chemeketa Community College , Salem, Oregon

I really like this table and how he lays out what to do and when to do it. I like how it tells us what it does for us as well. it just showed me how important timing is when it comes to remembering things.

Memory
Bonnie McCone, College Sophomore
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR

Having learned about my personality and learning styles, I find that this chart is most helpful for me. It clearly outlines WHAT, WHEN & WHY it is important to do the task before you. There are times when studying for long periods of time is ineffective - just a few short minutes to review say, math facts, is all that is needed. You just learn and repeat (making sure it's correct by having your text/notes nearby). Do this over and over and over. Ta-da! I just learned something new (and remember it!) I can now implement these strategies across the board in my life.

Memory
Susan Lane
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR

This website provides great information on what memory principle, when to do this and why this principle is important. The layout of the chart was easy to read and to understand. When reviewing the information immediately after, you're less apt to forget the information. To remember the information we need to continuously review and practice.

The chart provided great tips on how to remember the information you are trying to take in. It has provided me with new techniques on how to improve on remembering the information that I need to retain for my test. I am going to try and to apply some if not most of it to my studies. With applying these techniques and improving my study habits hopefully my grades will improve to where I would like to see them at.

Principles of Memory in just 3 steps
Dawn Winterstein, College Freshman
Chemeketa Community College, Salem Oregon

The Principles of Memory site is not much on fancy fonts or cute little pictures. But what it does have is an excellent 3 step process about memory principles. First you ask the question of what am i trying to remember, then the how and the why of each choice.

I find this to be an effective visual aid that can be used daily. I see myself printing this out and putting it in my study area and reflecting on it from time to time, so i can refocus my energies and get the most out of my studying.


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