Why Is Memory Important for Learning?

We rely on memory for a whole lot in our day to day lives. Whether it is what we learnt, what we need to remember, or keeping something we may need for later. Memory is amply important for learning for myriad reasons of which we are about to share!

This brings us to the three main processes of the human memory:

1. Encoding: this refers to the stage in which information is translated into a form that can be stored in memory.

2. Storing: encoded information is able to be stored in memory.

3. Retrieving: the ability to re-access this previously stored information.

Having a strong ability to remember results in advantageous outcomes in the daily processes of the workplace. We have gathered five reasons we should exercise our memories.

1. For the development of a learning and memory schema

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