Do you want to make learning more effective? One key to learning effectively is knowing how to ask the right questions. Read on to learn more.
You could ask yourself: “why doesn’t this work for me?” Or you could ask yourself “how can I make this work for me?” Do you see the difference? The second question is an empowering one that will guide you to success.
~20 min read · Feb 22nd · If you’re after a way to supercharge your learning and become smarter, the Feynman Technique might just be the best way to learn absolutely anything. Devised by a Nobel Prize-winning physicist, it…
Pretend to teach a concept you want to learn about to a student in the sixth grade. Identify gaps in your explanation. Go back to the source material to better understand it. Organize and simplify. Transmit (optional).
~16 min read · 2020-02-27 · The long read: For decades it has been the dominant metaphor in neuroscience. But could this idea have been leading us astray all along?
“Global understanding, when it comes, will likely take the form of highly diverse panels loosely stitched together into a patchwork quilt.”
In a computer, software and hardware are separate; however, our brains and our minds consist of what can best be described as wetware, in which what is happening and where it is happening are completely intertwined.