Speed reading techniques can revitalise children's whole approach to information management. This practical technique has been designed not only to improve children's reading rate but to also enhance understanding and retention.
Photographic memory involves the ability to remember things so vividly that an actual image is retained in the mind. Children with photographic memory can supposedly remember an unlimited amount of information with accuracy far superior to the average person.
The Mind Map is a visual representation of the thought process that became instantly popular as a creative, innovative and efficient alternative to linear notation. The Mind Map is an adaptable tool for just about anything: planning, organizing, creating, presenting, problem solving, communicating and many more!
These techniques help reduce anxiety and stress levels in children. If practiced regularly, they aid in maintaining normal blood pressure as well as normal heart and breathing rates. They free the mind of anxiety, generate positive feelings and help achieve complete relaxation.
These practices will sharpen children's attention skills while enhancing their emotional intelligence capability. As their ability to concentrate improves, the children also develop better self-control and self-regulation, all skills that are essential to success in further schooling and life in general.
ACADEMIC APPLICATION IN VOCAB, SCIENCE, GEOGRAPHY, FORMULA, ETC.
Academic application is essential to ensure students know how to apply the learning methods into their school subjects. Is also allowing students to practice memory systems to any school subjects to achieve better grades.
- Vocab: using the memory systems to any language words or phrases and make no mistake in spelling.
- History: to remember and recall specific dates, the events and names.
- Formulas: to remember and recall formulas of mathematics, science.
- Sciences and Geography: using the memory systems to remember letters, names, laws, theories, graphical materials, etc.