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The Selma Dawani shop on TeachersNotebook.com
Improve Reading | Theraputic Activity ---- FREE VERSION from Selma Dawani Educational Therapy on TeachersNotebook.com (12 pages) - IMPROVE YOUR STUDENTS READING in 12 WEEKS! 5 sessions a week (10-15 minute sessions) I have been using this method for years and it works! It is a perfect edition to any academic remediation!! Working memory Visual memory or Auditory memory Visual sp
Visual Memory Game 2 | Worksheet | Education.com
Worksheets: Visual Memory Game 2: Oh boy. Another memory puzzle. 1. Look at the left side that has color. Look at the top picture. See all of it? Then look at the next picture in the middle. Then, look at the bottom. 2. Cover it up with your left arm. 3. Now, for the fun: draw the missing parts. DON'T LOOK back. Finish, first. 4.Then, you can look. This is good practice for leaning to pay attention. MamaPat
Working Memory, Attention, & Executive Function | Universal Design of College Algebra
Working memory: brain processes used for temporary storage & manipulation of info. It operates over a few seconds & allows us to focus our attention, resist distractions, and guide our decision-making. Low working memory is a barrier to both the efficiency and learning of both calculation and higher level problem solving. The most current research on working memory describes it as a passive store component, plus attentional control. Working memory & control of attention are inseparable.
Iconic memory Iconic memory is the visual sensory memory (SM) register pertaining to the visual domain. It is a component of the visual memory system which also includes visual short term memory (VSTM) and long term memory (LTM). Iconic memory is described as a very brief (<1000 ms), pre-categorical, high capacity memory store.
Adventures of Room 129 - Where rigor, collaboration, and creativity come together
Intro to visualization: get several types of extracts (lemon, peppermint, vanilla, etc.) and put on cotton balls, then place in cups. Students smell each cup and visualize a memory or scene inspired by that smell, then write it down. Links to the idea that visual memory can be triggered by our other senses.