Why this course?
Summary of the lesson
This session focused on retrieval-based learning and enhanced memory retention by engaging the child in engaging memory-focused activities—the student involved in critical analysis of information and synthesised their understanding about human evolution.
What your child will learn
R: rehearsal of retrieval cues
E: employing retrieval-based learning
T: time-bound efficiency in recall of information
E: easy ways of retrieving information
N: nurturing their critical thinking skills
T: time-bound retrieval of information
How is it going to help your child
Parental role & play
Learning through flashcards: To help the child memorise better, you can try to help them learn using flashcards. Write the topic on one side and answers on the others and use the flashcards to help the child retrieve the information.
Memory Games : Use retrieval cues such as visuals and audio sounds to enhance retrieval and recall in the child.
Crosswords: Working on crosswords also helps memory.
What to expect
Expect the child to be able to memorise effectively and retrieve the information efficiently. The child may also start to notice underlying logic or patterns behind propositions by using critical analysis.
Memorization techniques such as chunking, first letter technique, forming a mental picture, among others, have been proven to enhance memory encoding and retention. Help the child to employ these techniques to improve their memory.
Our uniEQ method & tools
Creative Worksheets | Memory Exercises | Puzzling with Parent Fun
“It is the power of memory that gives right to the power of imagination”
After successful purchase, this item would be added to your courses.You can access your courses in the following ways :