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A simple model of the mind has three parts.
Thoughts from this process that transfer to long-term memory for future use can be considered learning.
When you're trying to learn something new,
1. Limited Long-Term Memory - when you don't have enough related knowledge to support the new topic. Energy is spent on learning the basics (like googling new terms), making it frustrating. Common engagement techniques like Visual Demonstrations, Jokes, or Personal Stories can provide a learning environment (also provide distractions).
2. Distractions - can shift focus away from the core goal of learning.
3. Structuring Learning Process - Applying learned knowledge to the world, and being overwhelmed by curiosity.
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