This module will explain strategies for remembering the material you have learned. You will cover a lot of material over a semester and it can be hard to remember everything. These strategies will help you remember the material that you need for a test or exam.
✓ Understand the concepts. Make sure you understand the concepts first before you memorize them.
✓ Start with the hard stuff. Use the stoplight approach if you are having problems applying or understanding key concepts.
✓ Create colour-coded flashcards. Making flashcards in different colours lets you separate them by subject.
Strategies to Remember Information
Watch this video to learn several ways to help remember key concepts once you understand them.
You can learn how to use some of the techniques mentioned in the video in the Mnemonics and Flashcards tabs.
Check out this video from The Learning Portal Ontario in 2016.
How to Use Mnemonic Devices
Mnemonic devices are one of the techniques that you can use to better remember information so that you can recall it later, whether in a test or in a job.
Try out this activity:
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