Say That Again? Retaining Attention

53m of CPD
Jared Cooney Horvath
13 December 2017

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)

Educator(s)

Jared Cooney Horvath

Educator

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).

Comments

Roger Horsley08 Aug 2018
Excellent, I will use these concepts in the future

Elloise Fitzpatrick06 Aug 2018
The educator was really engaging and I really enjoyed how he used games to keep everybodys interest peaked. There were some great tools on how to increase the amount of information you retain when learning new information. Would highly recommend.

justine lopez30 May 2018
Very engaging and informative and very well presented by presenter

Bronwyn chappel29 May 2018
what an engaging presenter

Karina Mastrosavas26 May 2018
Great build to part one. Consolidated knowledge and gained new insights into retaining learning. Brilliant teacher/presenter, engaging and fun

Karina Mastrosavas26 May 2018
Great build to part one. Consolidated knowledge and gained new insights into retaining learning. Brilliant teacher/presenter, engaging and fun.

shannon Rasmussen26 May 2018
Excellent resource - would definitely recommend to anyone in an education role.

Sallianne Reed23 May 2018
Excellent lecture very engaging tutorial

Sallianne Reed23 May 2018
Awesome and engaging

Carey-Ann Sym22 May 2018
Very informative and educational.

Carey-Ann Sym22 May 2018
Very informative and interesting-Thanks!

Sarah Warren21 May 2018
Very informative and teaches great techniques to retain information better.

Alison Ford21 May 2018
Excellent, informative and engaging presentation.

Xi Wu17 May 2018
Very interesting lecture!

Kelly Bidlake09 May 2018
Excellent info and great use of application techniques.

Shiny Poovakulam07 May 2018
Very informative

Jacob Cummins Miazek06 May 2018
Nil

Rebecca Warnock05 May 2018
Very engaging and learnt new techniques for memory training

Dorothy Bardoutsos04 May 2018
Great lecture

Dolores Santos02 May 2018
Excellent presentation

Vicki Baird01 May 2018
Presenter was very engaging. I really enjoyed this presentation .

Sarah Peacock01 May 2018
Very interesting thanks

jennifer Brown28 Apr 2018
Jared Cooney Horvath was a very engaging lecturer who was able to impart valuable concepts about memory and attention.

Marian Soares27 Apr 2018
Interesting and informative.

Sarah hughes17 Apr 2018
Very honest and funny presenter

Maree Findlay13 Apr 2018
Fabulous and interesting.

Kerry Helwig12 Apr 2018
Interesting & engaging

Breana Major09 Apr 2018
Great

Soumyamol Binesh04 Apr 2018
Excellent

Dianne Williams27 Mar 2018
Very interesting and the tutor was easy to listen to

Melissa kendon24 Mar 2018
Gain further knowledge on learning styles

Andreas Waltmann23 Mar 2018
I listened to both of his lectures on information relating to memory and this educator clearly was practicing what he was preaching and kept my attention throughout > clearly very knowledgeable on what he was teaching.

Sczerina hobday19 Mar 2018
An interesting, intriguing and entertaining lecture. It has made me more aware of how to improve communication and engagement. Highly recommended!

Wendy Somers16 Mar 2018
Excellent presentation. The presenter was very informative and entertaining.

Alison Lodge13 Mar 2018
The lecturer had a very engaging way of getting his message across and provided me with new incite into the subject of memory

Annabel Holmes09 Mar 2018
This lecture much fun. Interactive learning.

Tara sharma subedi06 Mar 2018
Good

Karyn Russell06 Mar 2018
Very interesting and helpful. A very clear understanding which will benefit my ongoing work in sharing knowledge.

Emma Kerr06 Mar 2018
Fantastic presentation. Thanks

Melissa Gains04 Mar 2018
This video was interesting and easy to watch.

Teresa Perry04 Mar 2018
Extremely interesting presentation with an excellent presenter who has a gift for making his topic fascinating and easily understood.

Teresa Perry04 Mar 2018
Excellent presentation, I have learned so much about memory, encoding and retention.

Nicholas Stewart Cleave02 Mar 2018
It’s dramatically changed how I'll be planning future education sessions, excellent presentation.

Pietryna Duch01 Mar 2018
Very informative and engaging.

Katrina Johnson01 Mar 2018
Found this information is applicable to all aspects of life. Whether it be applied to personal learning, teaching children or patients or to use in a professional setting when presenting information to colleagues.

Travis McAndrew28 Feb 2018
very informative!!

Kym Cunningham27 Feb 2018
Engaging speaker and a well presented topic

Andrew Markula26 Feb 2018
Very valuable, great time investment.

Jeanie Kay Buchanan26 Feb 2018
The educator was funny and very engaging. Was a pleasure to listen to him.

Jeanie Kay Buchanan26 Feb 2018
Very engaging. Very informative.

Karen Crombie26 Feb 2018
Great learning activity, very applicable across nursing sector. Held my attention throughout the presentation.

Lisa Fraser24 Feb 2018
A very good presentation that kept my attention the whole way through. I only wish I could have been there in person.

Debra joy fletcher23 Feb 2018
Great information on expanding cognitive thoughts

Meryl Gay23 Feb 2018
Helped understand the dimentions of communications and recall.

Alison-Rose Clulee22 Feb 2018
Really interesting topic, can be applied in so many ways.

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