Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
... to what you already know.
When you try to put a new idea into your own words, you're elaborating.
For example, if you're in physics class and trying to understand heat transfer, try to tie the concept into your real-life experiences, say, by imagining how a warm cup of coffee disperses heat into your hands.
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When you take a few moments to review what happened with a project or meeting, you're reflecting.
When you work on a variety of things at once, you're interleaving.
When you're using an acronym or image to recall something, you're using a mnemonic.
Retrieval is so effective is that it strengthens the neural pathways associated with a given concept.
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