Making Lessons Memorable: Designing from Two Perspectives
ASCD EXPRESS | August 9, 2018 (Volume 13, Issue 23) | By Harvey F. Silver, Susan Kreisman →
What do we want students to learn? What do we want them to remember—tomorrow? Next month? Next year? Clearly, we cannot separate learning from memory. Ensuring that what we teach is memorable is a vital component of instruction. The question, of course, is how. To answer the question of how, we need to . . .