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How To Remember  Things 🌸

How To Remember Things 🌸

2 kind of prior knowledge

Knowledge about the subject at hand(math, history,programming.

Knowledge About how learning actually works.

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We all forget things in hurry , we live in world where quickly everythings change, day to day time to time , so here some ideas how to remember things easily.

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2 kinds of prior knowledge

2 kinds of prior knowledge

... you need two kinds of prior knowledge:

  • Knowledge about the subject at hand (math, history, or programming).
  • Knowledge about how learning actually works.

Connect new things to old things

Connect new things to old things

When you're weaving in new threads into your pre-existing web of knowledge, you're elaborating.

The more you can explain the way your new learning relates to prior knowledge the more connections you create that will help you remember it later.

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