Chunking
Posted on 2017/01/23 12:01

081127882 is a hard number to remember. If you chunk the number into 081 127 882 its easier. Cutting large bits of information into smaller pieces helps us to understand. If we put small pieces back together, we can see the big picture and that helps us to remember. The process is called Chunking. This is how it works.

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Learning under Fear and Pressure
Posted on 2017/01/16 09:01

The reason why we remember specific moments or movies is because they have been stored in our memory under the influence of emotions. When we win or fail, cry or celebrate, we learn fast, deep and plenty. But when we are afraid our brain limits our ability to think, for a good reason.

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Experiential Learning
Posted on 2016/05/30 09:05

Arguably the most natural and powerful form of learning is through experience, or more precisely through reflection on doing. Also called experiential learning, it’s what prima ballerinas do after their performance at the national opera. But it also happens to boys that are sad because their father got angry when they played football in the living room.

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The Feynman Technique
Posted on 2016/05/30 09:05

Feynman’s learning technique is effective to learn something new, deepen your understanding of what you already know or when you study for an exam.

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Process Learning Technique
Posted on 2016/05/30 09:05

Has anyone ever told you that you need to have a clear goal in order to achieve something or get better? According to modern learning science, the opposite is true.

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Diffused and Focused Thinking
Posted on 2016/05/30 08:05

The basic idea is that we have two ways of learning new information, we have focused and diffused thinking.

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Experiential Learning
Posted on 2016/05/24 00:05

Arguably the most natural and powerful form of learning is through experience, or more precisely through reflection on doing. Also called experiential learning, it’s what prima ballerinas do after their performance at the national opera. But it also happens to boys that are sad because their father got angry when they played football in the living room.

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