Strengthening the memory of struggling learners: Starting points
from By: Howard Margolists
Most struggling learners have a strong propensity to forget, no matter how many times teachers and parents tell them something. This adds tremendous complexity and uncertainty to teaching while frustrating teachers, parents and learners alike. So, how can you help struggling learners to remember fragile, fleeting, important information in working or short-term memory? How can you help them remember what's important — and remember it for years to come?
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