How Children Remember what They Learn in School
How do children remember the activities that make up their classroom life and how does their memory for classroom activities interact with, and shape, their memory for curriculum content? This book looks at how these activities shape children's memories and at how teachers can manage children's experiences in ways that will improve their ability to remember and use what they remember.
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What we know about memory
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