CHAPTER THREE REMEMBERING AND FORGETTING 3a i). Explain the various reasons why students forget the content they learn. Introduction The classroom experiences show that learners forget the information they acquire or learn. The teacher is a witness that the majority of learners in most of the tests taken hardly ever get full marks. The explanation … More Educational Psychology: Why do students forget the content they learn?
CHAPTER THREE REMEMBERING AND FORGETTING 3a ii). Examine the place of the behavioristic theory in classrooms today The Behavioristic theory The behaviorists developed the following explanations: The disuse model and the interference model The Disuse Theory This theory submits that people forget the S-R connections or associations made previously because they grow rusty or fade … More Educational Psychology: What is the place of the Behavioristic theory in classrooms today?
CHAPTER THREE REMEMBERING AND FORGETTING 3a iii). Explain the cognitive theory and how it can be used to improve learner’s memory Cognitive Explanation According to the cognitive theory. The key to memory is the way in which the material is coded and organized as it is stored in the long-term memory bank. Something important happens … More Educational Psychology: Can you explain the Cognitive Theory? How can it be used ot improve learners’ memory?
CHAPTER THREE REMEMBERING AND FORGETTING 3a iv. Analyze the different ways learners can employ to improve their memory. Improving Memory In this section, I have discussed a few methods that learners can use in order to improve their memory. Increasing attention As we have noted above attention refers to focusing on information and registering it, … More Educational Psychology: Which methods can a learner put in place in order to improve his memory?