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t false beliefs about teaching and learning are a problem that we carry with us throughout our lives,
2017/05/22 02:38
a gap between conventional wisdom and facts when it comes to the process of learning
2017/05/22 02:39
A lot of people don’t give much thought to the best way to gain new knowledge and skills. But learning is often a form of mental doing,
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“People tend to see themselves as a computer; data flowing past them somehow gets into their head,” he says. “That’s not how learning works. You need to make sense of the order to understand.”
2017/05/22 02:41
 Instead of rereading, highlighting, or underlining important information, turn the information into a quiz.
2017/05/22 02:41
quizzing yourself is a far better way to learn
2017/05/22 02:41
ask yourself, ‘What is the author trying to say?’ ‘How is this different than other things I’ve read
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 Mixing it up, however, is a better approach,
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“To solve new problems and come up with ideas, you need analogies and systems of how things relate to each other
2017/05/22 02:42
“There’s a long line of research that suggests people often overestimate their own expertise in just about every field
2017/05/22 02:43
What works instead isn’t just time; it’s outside advice and input.
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