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Memory Joggers » learning

How to Develop a Super Memory

18 October, 2011

Have you ever had someone ask you the name of a movie you recently viewed, and suddenly a thought passes through your head, “Oh no, ...
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Categories: Memory & Learning

Art Stimulates Learning in Children

20 March, 2011

I recently read an interesting article in Parenting Magazine called, “Why Art Makes Kids Smarter.” I’ve been concerned for a long time about the cut ...
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The Power of Stories

13 May, 2010

I just read an interesting blog about the amazing power of using a story in helping children remember information.  Stories bring facts alive and are ...
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Your Perspective = Your Child’s Destiny

11 April, 2010

“How parents and teachers talk, tells a child how they feel about him… To a large extent, their language determines his destiny.” –Haim Ginott One ...
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Why I Wrote Thought for the Day

8 April, 2010

I love inspiring children to write.  During my years in the classroom, I began every morning with an inspiring “Thought for the Day.”  Students wrote ...
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Get ’em Dancing and Singing (Audio Learners)

22 October, 2009

There’s so many ways to engage children while they’re learning. And sources abound. Like this video of Feist on Sesame Street… ...
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No Summer Boredom for Visual Learners!

20 June, 2009

If you read my previous blog on discovering your child’s learning style, you must be reading this because you have a Visual Learner in your ...
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