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Cover image for lecture: Say That Again? Retaining Attention

Lecture Overview

Now that we know how memories are made, find out how you can retain that information longer. Incorporating memory games and activities, Part Two of this fun and fascinating lecture from Dr Jared Cooney Horvath is not to be missed! (Watch Part One: https://www.ausmed.com/app/cpd/lecture/how-does-memory-work)

Educators

Portrait of Jared Cooney Horvath
Jared Cooney Horvath

Jared Cooney Horvath (PhD, MEd) is an expert in the field of educational neuroscience, with a focus on translating neuroscientific principles to enhance teaching and learning practices within the classroom. Jared has conducted research and lectured at Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, the University of Melbourne, and over 30 schools around Australia. Jared has published three books, over 30 research articles, and his work has been featured in numerous popular publications, including The Economist, WIRED, The New Yorker, New Scientist, and ABC’s Catalyst. Jared is a lecturer at the University of Melbourne, researcher at St. Vincent's Hospital in Melbourne, and currently serves as director of the Science of Learning Group: a team dedicated to bringing the latest in brain and behavioural researcher to teachers, students, and parents alike (www.scienceoflearning.com.au). See Educator Profile

Reviews

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62 Total Rating(s)
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Katherine Harris
31 May 2019

Great resource!

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Ruth Curtis
30 May 2019

Very interesting speaker on an interesting topic.

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Cheryl Wheatley
23 May 2019

excellent

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michael harney
19 May 2019

Very informative.

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Maureen Beverley Ann LAING
15 May 2019

So refreshing and unforgettable. An absolute delight to watch and listen to, as this enthusiastic, passionate presenter delivered a fascinating topic. Very well presented, excellent resource with practical application. Entertaining, informative, interesting, enthusiastic lecturer. Thoroughly enjoyed it !

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Genette Hobson-Campbell
30 Apr 2019

This resource was fascinating, I wasn't sure that I would gain very much from the onset however I feel that I have a fresh outlook and different perspective on how to 'pay attention', and store information, recall information and how to encourage others to think about the way they direct their attention. Number one thing that I have taken away from this lecture today: I am not as good at multitasking as I thought I was because we are not designed to multitask. I now understand the concept of the brain having to choose one piece of information over another and how it dumps information. Thank you for the wake up.

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Lucille Johnson
25 Apr 2019

Fascinating!

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Ze Liu
21 Apr 2019

teach the why not the what what is going on, why this is important how to make deep memories bring memories out(recall) active recall strategies(put things away, talk about it) ask what is the info, answer, check the answer, put it back space out, longer and longer ways to increase attention every 10 15 mins to do games, stories, breaks, say someone name. pointing the important things break prediction anything dangerous, surprising, unknown follow body movement reading and listening are separate pathways

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Jennifer Wallis
16 Apr 2019

Fascinating topic and really well presented. I enjoyed it, thank you.

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tanya connell
07 Apr 2019

this was an excellent resource, practical in application