Working memory plays a significant role in supporting learning. It involves the ability to retain and manipulate distinct pieces of information over short periods of time. Activities often require students to hold in mind some information. For example, writing a sentence while spelling individual words in the sentence. Working memory plays a key role in achieving this and similar tasks.

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Benefits for Educators:

Benefits for Students:


Keeping Track of Things

Division: Junior & Intermediary
Purpose: When students develop organizational skills, they are better able to keep track of information and materials, especially the things they need every day.

Work That Memory

Division: All
Purpose: Working Memory is an executive function responsible for holding, processing, and manipulating the information required to carry out complex cognitive tasks such as learning, reasoning, and comprehension.

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