Sunday, March 26, 2017

learning how to learn / Great course

"In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future" Eric Hoffer, Reflections on the Human Condition

Learning is the most important skill we can acquire to live a full and productive life in this complex, fast-paced, changing and interconnected world.
I found that the course "Learning how to learn" is a very good resource to improve our capacity for learning and to be more effective with the effort employed to learn.

The course has subtitles in different languages including Spanish, is very easy to follow and doesn't require too much effort or time.

The topics covered by the course are:
  • What is Learning?
  • Chunking
  • Procrastination and Memory
  • Renaissance Learning and Unlocking Your Potential

I truly enjoyed the lectures and the material and it helped me a lot to improve my efficiency learning new things... I also like how they introduce the "pomodoro technique" as a great tool to deal with  procrastination...

Thank to the authors, Dr. Barbara Oakley, Dr. Terrence Sejnowski and Becca Judd for this great resource...

So, enroll in the next edition Learning how to learn!!!!

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