Improving Long-Term Memory

Everyone learns differently. The three main categories of learning styles: visual learners, auditory learners, and kinaesthetic learners. Visual learners are able to pay attention for longer and are often better suited to the traditional written exam style. Developing visual strategies will enable all students to improve their exam results.

During the Learning 4 Learning™ workshop students will be develop an understanding of how the visual memory system is superior to other types of memories. They will be trained to develop their long-term visual memory (using both Visual Static and Visual Dynamic Memory) for learning with ease the following types of information:

  • Formulae
  • Definitions
  • Diagrams
  • Maps
  • Facts
  • Theorems
  • Experiments
  • Dates
  • Poems

There are many types of visual memory and all students are trained to develop a type of photographic memory to make learning easier.

Students are taught how to develop Symbol Wheels™ which is a very simple visual method for organising, summarising and retaining information using the visual brain. These symbol wheels are then used as an essential part of their 3-Month Revision Plan.