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Running head: MEMORYMemoryBridget L. SotoGrand Canyon University: TCH - 520July 8, 20201
MEMORYMemoryIn the classroom, teachers are consistently seeking new instructional strategies andmaterial to improve student learning. In an effort to increase the amount of information a studentremembers; it is important for educators to understand how the brain retains and transfersinformation.Scientists have long studied and postulated over how to classify memory; however,they can agree that memories all exist in diverse forms (Sousa, 2017, p. 90). When describingmemory, both the stages of memory and the types of memory are contemplated. Likewise, wheneducators are looking at ways to make instructional decisions, they must also consider therelationship between learning, retention, and transfer.The three main stages of memory include sensory and immediate memory, workingmemory (short-term), and long-term memory. When teaching students, teachers are most

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Term
Summer
Professor
Glenna Zeak
Tags
Psychology, Memory processes, Sousa

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