Strategies for Stronger Memory Power

You are invited to join in a free webinar to gain the latest neuroscientific insights on how to best help your learners (and yourself) develop stronger memory power.

Neuron LearningThere are many types of memory and most people are aware of short-term and long-term memory. More recently, working memory has been found to have a deep impact on higher cognitive functions such as academic learning, planning, and intelligence. Working memory is the ability to not only store information but also manipulate it at the same time, critical especially for successful reading comprehension.

WEBINAR

The webinar is suitable for school administrators, teachers, counsellors, psychologists, allied educators, therapists, parents or anyone interested in the learning brain. It will help you to:

  • Understand the different types of memory – why it is hard to remember someone’s name but it is easy to recall that Paris is the capital of France
  • Learn about memory techniques and, more importantly, if they work
  • Take away research-based strategies to help your learners (and yourself!) develop stronger memory power

DATE: Thursday, 10 September 2020
TIME: London 1:30pm / Dubai 4:30pm
DURATION: 1 hour
FREE

REGISTER HERE

All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar.

 

 

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