Educational Leadership:How the Brain Learns:Memory Lane Is a Two-Way Street
Strolling Down Memory Lanes: Memory and Storage Systems
And she suggests there are five 'memory lanes':
Here are five nice little videos:
Taking Information to Long-term Memory
The brain has lanes that act as file cabinets storing information, skills, and facts from learning experiences.
The information is filtered, interpreted and stored in various parts of the brain using these lanes.
It has at least five of these lanes that can be used for long-term memory; automatic, emotional, episodic, procedural and semantic.
We will investigate each of these lanes and give practical techniques on how to use and integrate these lanes into your teaching to help students take information to long-term memory.
CONNECTING LEARNING ASSURES SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS
Teacher Ana Leiguarda wrote a piece for the English Teaching Professional magazine:
Making it memorable - ETp
With a presentation here which takes us through the five lanes:
making it memorable - special didactics by Nerea Villarruel on Prezi
Finally, it's actually a very practical way to deal with everyday and work situations:
Making Meaningful Meeting Memories: Using The Five Memory Lanes - Velvet Chainsaw
Improving The Annual Meeting Experience By Strolling Down [Semantic] Memory Lane - Velvet Chainsaw