Learning is not as quick as many people believe to learn something new you must go through a series of steps including
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Most people believe that we learn by rereading passages until we can say them with our eyes closed. Or that we are born with a certain set of skills and must utilize those skills in life but that is false. With the right practice and tools anyone can learn anything. Retrieval is the bette...
Learning is really about being able to use knowledge when you need it most.
The biggest myth about learning is that learning happens with you consistently do the same action or read the same passage over and over again. Science on the other hand states that learning happens when we try to get new knowledge out of our head
When you struggle to retrieve information and you find the answer you strengthen your understanding and memory of that point and are able to use it in many situations
Spaced practice doesn't mean doing it over and over again it means doing it now once and let time go by and then do it again
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Most people believe that when you understand something right away you are learning better that is not the case
Learning is not easy here is why
If you want to learn Retrival is key
The act of retrieving information especially when it is difficult to do increases the change that it sticks in your brain Retrival is the most effective way to learn
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