Memory (Still) Matters: What Teachers Need to Know about Building Knowledge in a Technological World

Credit: iStock.com/DrAfter123
Credit: iStock.com/DrAfter123
Memory is a bread-and-butter topic in my academic field of cognitive psychology—something that we’ve been systematically researching for over a half century now and where important discoveries continue to happen. As many of my disciplinary colleagues have pointed out, memory theory is also an incredibly practical body of work, one that we can put to use in countless arenas, including college teaching.

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