New teaching guide on mnemonic devices

A new guide has been added to the Teaching Guides section to help you use mnemonic devices in your lessons.

This is very helpful when teaching children, however all students will benefit from using a few mnemonic devices. Many tutors have never considered how they could use mnemonic devices in their lessons so you will be at an advantage by using them. Don't let the unusual name fool you - they are actually extremely simple to use once you understand them. The guide will teach you all you need to know to get started.

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TTQ-01 Mnemonic Devices

About this guide

Using mnemonic devices is an extremely effective way to help your student learn concepts and techniques faster. This guide will help you understand what makes a mnemonic device and how you can use them in your lessons.

What are mnemonic devices?

A mnemonic device is basically a simple trick or system you can use to help remember things. If you have ever used a little rhyme to remember the number of days in a particular month, or used little sayings like ‘lefty loosey, righty tighty’, then you have used mnemonic devices before. There are countless types of these devices, and all have the same basic usage – to assist your memory.

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