Turning on the Light Techniques to Enhanced Learning


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Techniques to Enhance Learning and Memory | Nancy D. Chiaravalloti | TEDxHerndon

Dr. Chiaravalloti discusses the learning process and techniques that have been shown to improve learning and memory in healthy persons. She walks through the evidence demonstrating these techniques to additionally be helpful to persons with Multiple Sclerosis and Traumatic Brain Injury. Techniques discussed include a structured treatment protocol, the modified Story Memory Technique (mSMT) and its critical ingredients, context and imagery.

Nancy D. Chiaravalloti, PhD is Director of Neuropsychology and Neuroscience and of TBI Research at Kessler Foundation, Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Rutgers University -NJ Medical School, and a licensed psychologist in NJ and NY. She is Project Director of the Northern NJ Traumatic Brain Injury Model System, one of 16 federally-designated model systems of research and care for persons with traumatic brain injury in the US. Dr. Chiaravalloti has obtained over 13 million dollars in grant funding since starting her professional career in 2001, including grants from the NIH, the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the New Jersey Commission on Traumatic Brain Injury Research, the New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Injury Research, the Carl Nielson Foundation and the National Stroke Association.

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  1. I hate when people tell me to use imagery when I dont have a minds eye.

    Someones always like "okay okay imagine this" and I'm like "I literally cant I dont have a minds eye".

  2. The big question I have is how do you determine what images to use. Or How quickly do you have to determine what imagery you are going to associate with the information you are taking in.

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  4. I associate the word 'blossom' with Myaim Bialick.

    Sound like a long way to go to avoid just writing down your grocery list.

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  6. Another tecnique to improve the memory is : every night when youre going to sleep , you try to remember all of the things that you did through the day , ps : the most important thing about this tecnique is try to remember the minimal details . whether you believe it or not , it did help me improve A LOT my memory efficiency.

  7. i really like your video about memory techniques ,it's very helpful .i found an other resource for learning techniques
    was Elumpa Simple Studying Alchemist – it should be on google if you need it

  8. I think the basic are excellent foundation, however like every individual has a leaning style, I feel the same can be said for memory. We must revisit our childhood again, and try to salvage our original styles.. excellent lecture… thanks

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