Name: Visual Spatial Skills - Remember Visual Information Program
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)
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.