Reflection Paper 7 - life I know every individual learns in...

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Alexis Levine EDUC 2130 Reflection Paper 7 February 20, 2011 Memory Memory is one of the most fundamental aspects of the learning process. Without acquired memory, we, as humans, would have very limited knowledge. Everything we know is because we have seen or learned and remembered in our brains. For me, when I think of memory I think of the capacity in which we have accumulated knowledge from our day-to-day life’s. Personally, I tend to be very forgetful in my everyday life if I become unorganized and off my schedule. When it comes to schooling, I study and memorize information in order to remember for the exam. In the past, I learn best visually, hands on, and by memorizing exact definitions of terms from note cards. Reading and lectures tend to make me space out and not have any recollection of what was said a few minutes prior. I remember information best when I learn in a silent environment. In my personal life, I remember best from events that are meaningful, such as a sad or happy event in my
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Unformatted text preview: life. I know, every individual learns in a different way because everyone is his or her own unique person with different interests. What may interest me may not be very impacting on another person. As a result, they won’t form as strong of a memory, if one at that entire particular event. Memory can go however far you want it to go, unless you have a disability interfering with the process. The knowledge you are capable of learning has no limit as long as you are willing to pay tentative attention. A person’s memory capacity always has room to grow. There are many things you can take part in to improve your memory. For example, one may try eating a healthier diet, getting a better nights rest, exercise daily, both your brain and body, organization, repeat information every few days, group information together, use association, learn from past events, and having confidence are just a few of many ways to better your memory capacity...
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