Motivating Kids with Nontraditional Memory Techniques

Oskar Cymerman on Episode 351 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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Oskar Cymerman, author of Crush School Student Guide: Learn Faster, Study Smarter, Remember More, and Make School Easier, shares nontraditional memory techniques that we can use to help kids learn and remember. He gives an example of memory palaces, brain breaks, and other techniques that might surprise you that will improve learning in your classroom.

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