Browsing Posts tagged mnemonic

Putting complex ideas into a simple expression can do wonders for our recall ability, and JogLab can help you coin a catchy slogan that your students won’t forget.

We have a winner! The Instructify staff has voted Mister Teacher‘s “Punch it Up” rounding technique as the best mnemonic device we received. It’s a great way to teach young students the concept of rounding, and is also really catchy. But we’ll let Mister Teacher himself explain: When I teach my third graders how to […]

Today is the last day to submit your best educational mnemonic device to our contest. The best entry wins a Philips GoGear MP3 Player. Post your entries in the comments section by midnight. We’ll announce the winner next week! Need some inspiration? Check out this old favorite on the elements of the periodic table. -BILL […]

It’s not too late to enter our Mnemonic Device Contest. Submit your best educational mnemonic device in any subject by Friday, February 29 for a chance to win a Philips GoGear MP3 player. If you need inspiration, here’s a song that’ll help you remember the US Presidents. We’ll announce the winner next week. Just click […]

You can still win a Philips GoGear MP3 player in our contest for the best educational mnemonic device. In honor of Leap Day, we’re extending the deadline until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, February 29. If you need some inspiration to work yourself up into a mnemonic mnemania, here’s a fun song about the countries of […]

Mr. Davidson in my Algebra II class had a method to help us struggling students to simplify equations. He called it his “number rap.” It went a little something like this: “Put your letters on the left and your numbers on the right. You do it this way, you get ’em all right. Combine the […]