Train memory – Let a picture replace your notes

Try using picture cards as a mnemonic device in many different settings with any number of participants.

  1. Before the meeting, class or presentation begins, you spread out one or more Magnum Sets on the floor, depending on the number of participants. Make sure that there are plenty of cards to choose from for each participant.
  2. Ask the participants to find a picture that they find particularly interesting, inspiring or beautiful – and place it in front of them.
  3. Ask the participants to look at the picture regularly while they are paying attention to the meeting/class/presentation.
  4. When the meeting, class or presentation is finished, you tell the participants to think of the picture – or download it from Dialoogle’s website and look at it – when they want to remember what they have heard.
  5. After days, weeks or even months, you can test the effect of the picture cards as a mnemonic device. Ask the participants to think of their picture or find it on their phones, and figure out together how much they remember.

Before you download the picture cards from Dialoogle’s website, you can add a small piece of text. It’s free to download three cards to your phone every month.



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