Mnemonic devices help students remember mathematical concepts and steps of math and classroom processes. They exist in many forms, such as acronyms, music, and rhyming, offering different ways to support retention in Short- and Long-term Memory.
Watch how this high school teacher uses a mnemonic device from a Dr. Seuss book to help her trigonometry students understand exponents. With this mnemonic device, students can more readily recall the different math rules for exponents from Short- and Long-term Memory.
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Learn how Flocabulary creates engaging videos that sometimes include mnemonics. This memorable PEMDAS rap provides learners a mnemonic linked to music, which further helps with retention.
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