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Name: Visual Spatial Skills - Remember Visual Information Program​​ 

SKU: VSSARVIGOT

Solution Plan:​​ 

Make A Mnemonics Dictionary – using a Rhyme or Acronym​​ 

 

A mnemonic is a​​ memory aid for something, often taking the form of a rhyme or an acronym. ​​ Mnemonic describes something related to memory. ​​ 

 

Example of a Rhyme;​​ "Spring ahead, fall back" is a mnemonic device to help you remember which way to set your clocks for daylight​​ savings time.

Example of an Acronym; BRB- Be Right Back.​​ 

 

 

Mind Mapping-​​ A​​ mind map​​ is a graphical way to represent ideas and concepts. It is a​​ visual thinking​​ tool that helps structuring information, helping to better analyze, comprehend, create, recall​​ and produce new ideas.​​ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Test your recall. Make a list of grocery items, things to do, or anything else that comes to mind and memorize and state the list back.​​ 

  • Repeat and recall what individuals have stated​​ 

  • Learn a foreign language​​ 

  • Exercise (remembering the number of reps and sets)

  • Mental math​​ 

  • Repeat and Recall exercises also increase your concentration and ability to pay attention to others for longer periods of time

  • Create images, associations and other related sensations when listening to people speak. This will create intense brain fitness that leads to great retention.

 

 

 

 

 

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