Mnemonics are a visual technique that helps break information that might be overwhelming. Example: an acronym: HOMES - Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior to remember the lakes.
Flash cards are useful for repetitive memory techniques.
Rhymes are useful for remembering complex facts. Example: Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492.
Repetition can be used in many ways. This can go along with flash cards, or be as simple as reviewing notes and text repeatedly.
Healthy foods help to boost brain power promoting a healthy brain.
Association is when you associate a certain task with something in particular. Example: certain landmarks when driving.
Positivity can help to boost memory by tricking your brain into believing and remembering certain details. The more fun you make an activity, the more things you would be able remember.
Symbols are used to interpret various words, images, or ideas with a particular symbol.
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