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Alex Fafara Problem 1 Page 1 A. 1. Retrieving from Long Term Memory 2. Perception 3. Rehearsing B. An example of Chunking that can be used to help a person remember something could be for instance remembering your Rutgers ID number because it is broken down from 9 digits into three groups of smaller digits, similarly to a Social Security Number C. Because Student A was watching TV while doing the homework, their attention was split trying to multi task and the information being reviewed in the homework wasn’t encoded clearly into long term memory. The information wasn’t being focused on or rehearsed, and so it didn’t stay in the working memory, to be easily drawn from during the quiz. This is why student A did poorly on the quiz yet student B did well. D. In the future, were I to be teaching a grammar/middle school math class, a way to help students easily retrieve information would be to help them encode it using analogies. When teaching division and multiplication, relate it to subtraction and addition. Use
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course EDU 306 taught by Professor Chinn during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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