Followup From the Last Episode
Danny introduced students to Class Dojo. Class Dojo can have the unintended consequence of riling students up and students who have difficulty understanding probability or who are impatient may say, “The randomizer never picks me.”
We all know that students with special needs struggle with memory issues. Not just students identified with an IEP, but all students have trouble remembering all the things they need to know. We are not just talking about academic tasks. Students need memory strategies for how to remember important things in their lives as well. What are some memory strategies you use with your students.
“There are three components of memory: sensory memory, short-term memory, and long-term memory. Sensory memory (SM) holds information for about 20–30 seconds, after which time it is lost unless it is stored in short-term memory; icons and echoes are common forms of short-term sensory storage. Short-term