To answer this question, Sarah will propose how we tackle misconceptions about memory and give students a way to think about memory that feeds into good habits for learning. We do not want them to think of memory as a library where information is stored, static and easily accessed over time. We want students to see memory as an ecosystem:

  1. dynamic,
  2. adaptive, and
  3. interconnected

The keynote, will flesh these ideas out and link them to how we can encourage students to learn meaningfully and remedy the negative effects of forgetting.

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