Make sure your learning project involves something you do or not just something you learn.
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"In times of difficulty, you want your efforts to matter. Not just to pass the time, but to build something that endures."
Transfer is the ability to apply and use what you learn.
Research showed several times the fact that much of what we set out to learn doesn’t actually transfer to the situations we need it. This applies to school, but also to your own learning efforts.
Practice loops are useful as a concept to think about learning any skill. A practice loop is an activity or group of activities you repeat over and over again while learning something.
Learning styles (visual, auditory etc.) have actually little impact on our ability to learn.
The best way to learn depends on what you’re trying to learn in the first place. The key is to interact with the information. Using multiple sources will help you with this. Don't stick to books alone—gather relevant videos, podcasts, movies, and blogs as well.
In contrast to existing communities, new ones lack a social identity, an established way of participation and assurances of reward or value. These are the foundation of the Community Engagement Cycle.
This is why most communities fail before they even begin. A company needs to establish these four elements if they are to have people’s engagement.
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