Good Sensory Learning Blog — Working memory games

Definition Of Working Memory and Strategies for Success

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Recent research suggests that working memory is one of the best indicators of academic success, so strengthening this cognitive skill can offer great benefits to struggling students with memory deficits.  What is Working Memory? Working memory is a short-term, cognitive function with limited capacity that gathers sensory input and memories to complete a mental activity. When sensory information passes through the short term memory and reaches our conscious awareness, working memory processes the information through internal thoughts, visualizations (visual and spatial), and one's inner voice (verbal working memory). It acts like a mental workspace that allows one to manage attention, manipulate information and access prior knowledge for long term memory. ...

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10 Ways Help Struggling Students in 2020 | Good Sensory Learning

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Come learn about some empowering strategies to assist struggling learners and also learn about ready made materials that can help make the process fun and memorable.

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