Using your memory's rhythms to review and remember

Isabel Liu
Mind Map by Isabel Liu, updated more than 1 year ago
Isabel Liu
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Using your memory's rhythms to help you learn and retain information, from The Memory Book by Tony Buzan, Chapter 2, Your Memory's Rhythms. In summary: short sessions; frequent quick reviews during and after learning. Can be applied to lessons, books, lectures, meetings, projects.

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Using your memory's rhythms to review and remember
1 Recall & Understanding
1.1 RECALL DURING LEARNING
1.1.1 We remember first & last items
1.1.2 Set up lots of firsts & lasts by segmenting sessions
1.1.2.1 10-50 minute segments
1.1.3 At beginning & end of each session review what you have learned & preview next segment
1.2 RECALL AFTER LEARNING
1.2.1 •1: immediately •2: 24 hours later •3: one week later • 4: one month later • 5: 3-6 months later
1.2.1.1 1st review: review & mindmap your notes; 10min per hour
1.2.1.2 2nd & later review: quick summary mindmap; compare quick notes with basic notes
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