Could you please explain the relationship between learning and memory?
As you explain the relationship between learning and memory, the topic is vast and multifaceted. However, please note how memory seems to be activated when learning is engaging, hands on, linked to emotion, linked to movement, and also relevant. For example, if learning how to ride a bike, kids do not learn by studying a manual. Instead, they learn by doing so actively, through trial and error, with the help of models, and with emotional relevance connected to the event. Does this make sense?
Again, memory seems to promote learning when one's emotions are triggered. If you are looking at this topic from an education viewpoint, ...
The relationship between learning and memory is justified.