Working Memory, Hemisphere Integration 2| Good Sensory Learning
Discover student potential when implementing the "Working Memory, Hemisphere Integration, and Attention Building Activities for Optimal Learning" activities. This 54-page digital download provides game-like activities that support learners in:
- developing their working memory capacity.
- integrating both hemispheres of the brain.
- improving attentional abilities and processing speed.
Mindful Engagement: Activities anchor learners to the present, laying a strong foundation for focused learning.
Dynamic Memory Workouts: Exercises challenge and enhance working memory, aiding in multitasking and complex problem-solving.
Hemisphere Synchronization: Techniques integrate the logical left brain with the intuitive right brain, fostering a harmonious cognitive approach.
Attention Amplification: Strategies refine focus, helping learners immerse themselves in tasks, filter distractions, and maintain consistent attention.
Swift Information Processing: Methods encourage quicker information absorption, better decision-making, and timely responses.
Executive Functioning Fortification: Engaging tasks exercise key executive functions such as planning, organization, and cognitive flexibility.
What is Working Memory?
Google definitions suggest that working memory is the part of short-term memory that is concerned with immediate, conscious, perceptual, and linguistic processing. It is an executive functioning skill that enables students to be present and thoughtful while in the classroom. It also helps learners to encode information as well as perform mental calculations or manipulations.
Why Use Working Memory Activities?
We live in a fast-paced society that presents constant distractions and stimuli for children to process. Additionally, many do not have the skills to activate or manage their own cognition. Dr. Warren created these engaging, game-like activities to guide students' attention, develop working memory, activate both hemispheres of the brain, and enhance sustain attention. The activities were designed based on the research concerning the Stroop Effect.
What other Publications Strengthen Working Memory?
Dr. Warren also offers simpler working memory activities as well as a discounted bundle of both publications. Click on the following links to learn more: