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Remember to Learn! How to Use Your Memory to Help You Learn More Effectively

We explore how memory works, its key components and their role in learning

Understanding is memory in disguise – Dan Willingham

If, as Willingham suggests, learning and memory are linked, then it is worth finding out how memory works, so we can learn better. This article will explore the workings of three key components of memory: attention; working memory and long-term memory and how they can help learning.

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