We all know the difference between memorising something we don't understand and the satisfaction of genuinely understanding something.
To understand what it ...
To understand something means having many connections between it and its related ideas.
We develop understanding by drawing relationships between what we already unde...
To understand something means to be able to apply it and various ways. Understanding chess means being able to play well from a variety of different positions. Understanding a...
There are many situations where we can behave flexibly but can't claim to have a deep understanding—for example, teaching someone how to tread water.
Alternatively, we may think that ...
We may view understanding as noticing deeper principles - the broad patterns that underlie an issue. Understanding is then a mental process rather than an outward result.
Understanding can also be the ability to visualise or simulate what's happening in a concrete problem.
These kinds of simulations played a vital role in the...
There is no singular process behind understanding.
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