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The keys to memory improvement are : AWARENESS of new data and ASSOCIATION to existing memory with PICTURES in your mind. The mind like all of the body, needs proper exercise to stay in shape. Results are usually quite noticeable even only after a few minutes.

Sustained and close-up focusing (computer, TV, driving, reading) can stress the system and the mind, giving memory problems. Computers and portable telephones provide a “crutch” to compensate for memory problems, which may actually weaken the natural memory, resulting in the need for stronger corrective action.

Exercises stimulate, strengthen and relax those parts of the mind that allow your memory to improve naturally. New research is beginning to show that the mind/body exercise plays a critical role in memory. So stimulate the mind for better memory with exercise to change attitudes.

Remember well and feel well. This requires you to be positive, confident and motivated, and thus for Learning Reinforcement, it may be helpful to consult Boston University site: http://www.bu.edu/familymed/distance/cre/index.htm

“Some good news is coming to you today and you are going to remember it”

MAIN FEATURE – Learning Objectives

  • To achieve improved memory in a specific domain, naturally without effort.
  • To practice memory exercises regularly for 15-30 minutes daily.
  • To enhance this memory therapy through autogenic mind/body relaxation.
  • To motivate further progress in the future.

DOWNLOAD

Download all the course material as pdf : click here.

DESIGNED FOR

Designed for a learning with a partner or small group of four. Remember well and feel well. For anyone who can read, from 12 to 80 years of age, who is motivated to learn to exercise for memory improvement without effort. With basic reading difficulty, a little help will be needed.

COURSE DURATION

Pre-learning, course time and post-course learning – four hours. Customise and repeat the exercises with IRT in 15-30 minutes daily, anytime and anywhere,

APPLICATION

Exercises stimulate, strengthen and relax those parts of the mind that allow your memory to improve naturally. New research is beginning to show that the mind/body exercise plays a critical role in memory. So stimulate the mind for better memory with exercise to change attitudes.

METHOD

This system of ten simple, practical and easy exercises is designed to HELP YOU TO LEARN to remember more efficiently and effectively; to prevent further memory deterioration; to improve memory clarity safely and naturally despite aging and to improve the focusing power and coordination of your memory.

– MEMORY IRT

IRT is an autogenic relaxation technique which takes initially takes about 5 minutes to prepare the mind for easy learning. The marble is a physical symbol of your power to be positive, motivated and confident to care for your memory, See the next section for an explanation.

– MEMORY REINFORCEMENT STUDY & EXERCISES

Keep a MNB (Memory Note Book) for all the CRE you do, and review it often to measure your progress. Do the Brief Study the day BEFORE the exercises. Then learn CRE and work through the whole ten exercises in two sessions 1-5 and 6-10. RELAX with IRT without stress or effort.

On a regular daily basis, customize the exercises for yourself do EITHER 1-5 OR 6-10, as part of your NORMAL DAILY ROUTINE for a 16-30 minutes. Initially try for 2 brief sessions a day, to get faster results,
Practice anywhere anytime day or night. Memory Alert IRT prepares the mind and body for easy learning. Customise each exercise and your routine, to meet your special needs. In all exercises always COUNT 1-7 using the FINGERS to provide BODY input into MEMORY.

Inspired by: Dr. Bob Boland (IU) and Dr B. Ndaw and Dr, I, Coulibaly and Dr Giles Boland (Harvard) and Dr. Shams Bathija (UNITA) and Dr. Catherine d’Arcangues (WHO) and Boston University and the Team.
http://www.bu.edu/familymed/distance/cre/
Copyright : RGAB/2019/1. Free to all aid workers …

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MA // COVER

INTRODUCTION

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MA // CONTENT
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MA // INTRODUCTION
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MA // 2. MEMORY ALERT IRT – INSTANT RELAXATION TECHNIQUE

MAIN LECTURE

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MA // BRIEF STUDY – MEMORY REINFORCEMENT

EXERCISES

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MA // EXERCISE 1 – RELAXATION
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MA // EXERCISE 2 – PRIORITY
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MA // EXERCISE 3 – ASSOCIATION
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MA // EXERCISE 5 – TESTING & REWARD
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MA // EXERCISE 6 – RELAXATION
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MA // EXERCISE 7 – PRIORITY
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MA // EXERCISE 8 – ASSOCIATION
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MA // EXERCISE 9 – CONCENTRATION

CONCLUSION

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MA // EXERCISE 10 – TESTING AND REWARD

APPENDICES

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MA // EXHIBIT A // IRT – INSTANT RELAXATION TECHNIQUE
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MA // EXHIBIT B // MIND JOGGING ROUTINE
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MA // EXHIBIT C // BIBLIOGRAPHY

FEEDBACK

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MA // EXHIBIT D // NATURAL FEEDBACK AND NEW IDEAS
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MA // EXHIBIT E // OPTIONAL QUIZ ON MEMORY, LEARNING & CREATIVITY
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MA // EXHIBIT F // 100 MOST USED SPANISH WORDS IN CONVERSATION
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MA // EXHIBIT G // KEY WORD LIST
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MA // EXHIBIT H // POST-COURSE STUDY – MEMORY REINFORCEMENT

BROCHURE

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MA // EXHIBIT I // BROCHURE

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