Helping Students Remember
A hands-on memory-training program for children and adolescents featuring dozens of practical, evidence-based memory exercises A practical workbook designed to assist students whose academic learning is suffering due to a memory deficit or ineffective utilization of their memory capabilities, Helping Students Remember provides numerous strategies and methods to strengthen memory, including chunking, organization, keyword, self-testing, pegword, loci, and mnemonics. Drawing on the author's extensive training and experience, this useful resource presents effective techniques and lessons on: How memory works Memorization methods Goals for improving memory Repetition Using cards to build memory Grouping words by category Study skills that help memory Using arithmetic to build memory Using music to remember Improving recall during tests Creating and using review sheets Picturing verbal information Using context cues Plans for using memory strategies With an accompanying CD containing all of the worksheets and word lists for reproduction, Helping Students Remember is the first workbook of its kind for general psychologists, school psychologists, and special education teachers, offering practical, easy-to-implement, and evidence-based methods for working with children with memory impairments. Milton J. Dehn , EdD, NCSP, is the cofounder and Program Director of Schoolhouse Tutoring, an agency that provides assessment, tutoring, and instructional support for students of all ages and abilities. He is also author of Essentials of Processing Assessment ; Long-Term Memory Problems in Children and Adolescents ; and Working Memory and Academic Learning (all published by Wiley).
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