The Science of Learning to Learn — Part 2

We are going to cover these topics in this part:-

  • Goals
  • It pays not to be busy
  • Chunking
  • How to solve problems?
  • Spaced Repetition
  • Saving Energy with Habits
  • Have an Endpoint
  • Be Bored
  • The Science of Feedback

Goals

It Pays Not to Be Busy

Chunking

How to Solve a Problem?

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Spaced Repetition

Saving Energy with Habits

Have an Endpoint

Be Bored

The Science of Feedback

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  1. Negative feedback, eg- No you are not doing it right, this is wrong.
  2. Positive feedback, eg- You are doing it right, this is working well.

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