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how might you apply this information at work and at school. How might you apply this information in your personal life, too, i.e. learning and remembering people's names, remembering driving directions, items on a grocery list, or directives from the doctor? Might there be a connection between your memory and your learning style?
Weegy: Just like muscular strength, your ability to remember increases when you exercise your memory and nurture it with a good diet and other healthy habits. There are a number of steps you can take to improve your memory and retrieval capacity. [ Physical exercise and engaging your brain with intellectually stimulating activities will not only improve your memory, it can also afford your brain greater protection against disease or injury as you age. ] (More)
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how might you apply this information at work and at school. How might you apply this information in your personal life, too, i.e. learning and remembering people's names, remembering driving directions, items on a grocery list, or directives from the doctor? Might there be a connection between your memory and your learning style?
Weegy: There is a connection between memory and learning style. Memory A good memory is something we must work towards. Things are forgotten because they never really made a strong impression on us in the first place. [ The reasons for this lack of impression are as varied as from one person to the next. Nevertheless, the most common reasons are: you are thinking about something else - you are not listening; you do not think the idea was important; you do not take or have the time to learn or store the material properly. To remember information, you need to know that your memory operates on four levels of efficiency. Your ability to remember something increases from level 1 to level 4 depending on what you do with the information. Level 1:Hear or read the material once (not reliable for a test). Level 2:Read the information and review it once or twice (this is cramming - you will forget most of what you have read). Level 3: Read the information, review the material several times, write it down, and test yourself over the next two days (expect fairly good recall). Level 4: Repeat and frequently write down the information over a period of 3-6 days (gives you excellent retention). If you do not review what you have learned, you will forget 70% within an hour and 84% within 48 hours. One of the best forms of review is teaching or telling someone else about the information using your own words. This is where study groups become invaluable. Learning Styles People learn and memorize information using a variety of "learning styles." Learning styles are how you concentrate, process and remember new and difficult information. You may remember information more easily through any combination of the following styles: hearing seeing reading writing illustration first hand experience Be aware of your best styles. Most information presented to you in college is by lecture. Reading textbooks and other related material, as well as doing all the assignments are the other parts ... (More)
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What strategies would you use to critically view a video?
Weegy: Research Strategies for Seminar Papers & Journal Notes Introduction Researching a seminar paper can be a very different process than researching a paper for a first year class. [ [ The student Bulletin states that the upperclass writing project should "show the student's mastery of the in-depth research undertaken and demonstrate how the student has organized, clarified, or advanced this body of knowledge in resolving the issues raised by the paper." The qualities that will make your seminar paper different from many other writing projects are: * Original analysis * Comprehensive research on the topic * Extensive footnotes Here are some tips for making your research more effective and efficient: * Plan Ahead. For your seminar paper, you are required to do thorough, scholarly research - this cannot be done in a day or a weekend. Allow yourself enough time to find, read, and analyze your research materials before your outline, draft, and final paper are due. Also, plan ahead for interlibrary loan[1] requests - they could be here in a few days or a few weeks. We cannot predict how long it will take to obtain materials through interlibrary loan. * Keep Track of Your Research. There are many ways to keep track of your research - either electronically on your laptop or PC, or in a paper notebook. However you choose to keep your research log, be sure to keep track of where you've been as you do your research. Remember, you will need to provide complete citations to all of the material you use in your paper - this will be much easier if you have a complete record of the research you've done. Use your research log to make notes about where you found useful materials and how you plan to use them in your paper. The research log is also a good place to note useful sources to go back to later as you refine your paper with additional research and analysis. * Stay Focused on Your Topic. One of the easiest mistakes to make as you begin your research is to find and read ... (More)
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what is kinesthetic
Weegy: Kinesthetic is "of or relating to kinesthesia." And kinesthesia is The sense that detects bodily position, weight, or movement of the muscles, tendons, and joints. (More)
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Kinesthetic learning is a learning style in which learning takes by the student actually carrying out a physical activity, rather than listening to a lecture or merely watching a demonstration. It is also referred to as tactile learning. People with a kinaesthetic learning style are also commonly known as do-ers.
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How does information stored in your long-term memory affect your critical thinking skills?
Weegy: The informaton stored in your long - term memory skills becomes par of what you know and you start using it when you react to things. (More)
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