Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Reading Together - How to Teach - How to Memorize
"Although memory as a whole cannot be improved because of the limiting power of native retentiveness, memory for any fact or in any definite field may be improved by emphasizing these two factors: number of associations and organization among associations." (page 54, Kindle Edition)
"The one who learns quickly, provided he really learns it, retains it just as long and on the average longer than the one who learns much more slowly." (page 57, Kindle Edition)
"Just as repetition or exercise tends to fix a fact in memory, so disuse of a connection results in the fact fading from memory." (page 58, Kindle Edition)
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