Improving Working Memory: How the Science of Retention Can Enhance All Aspects of Learning - InformED | how Our brain effects our body | Scoop.it

Do you really know something if you can’t remember it? I had a conversation with a fellow educator on this subject one semester, and we both came to the conclusion that knowledge relies almost exclusively on a student’s ability to remember what she has learned. Proof of knowledge comes from demonstration of knowledge; if you can’t recall a fact, then for all intents and purposes you never learned it. But where does that leave intelligence?


Via Elizabeth E Charles, Curtis Ashford