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... space out learning over a longer period of time, and it randomizes the information we encounter when learning a new skill.
Interleaving causes your brain to intensely focus and solve problems every step of the way, resulting in information getting stored in your long-term memory instead.
For example, instead of learning one banjo chord at a time until you perfect it, you train in several at once and in shorter bursts.
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Traditionally, we’re taught to learn using the “blocking” strategy. This instructs us to go over a single idea again and again (and again) until we’ve mastered it, before proceeding to the next concept.
Try planning when and what you want to cover in a lesson in advance.
Go back over the basics to practice older material.
Keep track of your progress to stay motivated.
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