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Multi-sensory learning experiences, such as art, movement and music, help students remember and re-apply what they have learned.

For example, if a student can learn a math concept through a poem or a song, they create strong memories of it that serve them long term.

Students who engage multiple regions in the brain while processing new learning, generate a more expansive, interconnected network of cross-referencing and memory.

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