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mnemonics

 [ne-mon´iks]
improvement of memory by special methods or techniques. adj., adj mnemon´ic.

mne·mon·ics

(nē-mon'iks),
The art of improving the memory; a system for aiding the memory.
[G. mnēmonikos, mnemonic, pertaining to memory]

mnemonics

/mne·mon·ics/ (ne-mon´iks) improvement of memory by special methods or techniques.mnemon´ic

mnemonics

(nĭ-mŏn′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
A system to develop or improve the memory.

mnemonics

Etymology: Gk, mnemonikos
a system of memory training that links a new concept or image with one already established in the memory, such as associating the numbers of a combination lock with a birthday or telephone number.

mne·mon·ics

(ně-mon'iks)
The art of improving the memory; a system for aiding the memory.
[G. mnēmonikos, mnemonic, pertaining to memory]
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Mnemonics enhance recall of stored information by providing a framework of retrieval cues associated with things the student already knows and understands.
The relationships among factual knowledge, mnemonic strategies and the mind's ability to manipulate and transform information have been explored by M.
The study looked at the relative effectiveness of the demonstration-imitation (DI) strategy and a strategy that involved process mnemonics in teaching the participant computational skills that he had previously failed to master.
Enhancing multiplication performance in students with moderate intellectual disabilities using peg-word mnemonics paired with a picture fading technique.
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To set up for an instrument approach in a glass cockpit, I have a different system that I know more by action (and repetition) than a mnemonic, but putting letters to it would be R ALBIS (best pronounced RAiL BIZ).
We offer apologies to those ingenious clinicians for not our citing their role in the genesis of these mnemonics, and we are grateful that they have enhanced the accuracy of the information we provided.
The following are rather more ambitious mnemonics in verse:
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of musical and rhythmic mnemonics to facilitate the recall of academic content in the K-5 classroom.
From SIG: E CAPS to CAGE and WWHHHHIMPS, mnemonics help practitioners and trainees recall important lists (such as criteria for depression, screening questions for alcoholism, or life-threatening causes of delirium, respectively).
Used wisely, mathematical mnemonics can increase performance and understanding, particularly within special education populations, about which the majority of research on mathematical mnemonics has been published (Greene, 1999; Kavale & Forness, 2000; Mastropieri, Scruggs, & Levin, 1987).