Retaining & Recalling Knowledge Learnt

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Natalie Angie Tang
Student (Other), Malaysia

Retaining & Recalling Knowledge Learnt

How do we retain & recall knowledge that was learnt?
For example, factors like:
- First and last - people will almost always recall the beginning of events more accurately than the middle or end and they will recall information / events at the end more frequently than those that occur in the middle.

  Benedict Omuya ODIGO
Nigeria
 

Retaining & Recalling Knowledge Learnt

The retention of what is learnt is dependent on several factors like
1. Individual’s Intelligent Quotient (IQ)
2. Whether or not the leaner is conversant with the subject matter.
3. The state of mind of the leaner
4. The mode of delivery of the subject
5. The competence of the teacher.
6. The learning environment.
To be able to remember what you have learnt you must first know yourself. By this I mean that should know your mental capacity. If you are the type that easily forgets what you have learnt, then you must engage in studying over and over what you have been taught. You should endeavor to rid your mind of all encumbrances that are likely to cause distraction.

  Althea Michael
Manager, India
 

Retaining & Recalling

Learners should be introduced to tools like Flash Cards and Mind Mapping to revise/recall information from a training se...

  Wulf-Dieter Krueger
Teacher, Thailand
 

Retaining & Recalling Information

According to my experience, the best way of retention is multi-channel - audio, visual and kinesthetic = hearing, seein...

  David Guild
Consultant, Australia
 

Retaining and Recalling Information

- Repetition is the time consuming way I did most of my learning, but in 1997 I found the book Memory by Herbie Brennan ...

  Raghu Raman
Professor, Sultanate of Oman
 

Retention and Recalling

Many experts opined about the above mentioned two aspects.In addition to this I would like to add two things, resulting ...

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

5 R's to Retain and Recall Information

@Dr.Raghu Raman: Nice, these 4 R's! If we substitute the word practice in your last remark by REHEARSE, we could have 5...

 

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