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The importance of learning cannot be underestimated. Learning empowers us to fulfill our ideas and realize our full potential. The speed of gaining new knowledge is practically as important as its volume. Who wouldn’t love to remember tons of information as quickly as possible? If you want to start learning faster, you need a new approach towards the process which would enable you to comprehend the essence of the matter and relate it with new concepts you encounter. The following 10 tips will help you do that.
1. Analyze your learning style.
Before you can start experimenting with different studying methods, you need to understand what type of learner you are.
● Is your memory associated to sound? Maybe you can remember what you were reading when a particular song was playing? If this is your case, then you fall into the category of auditory learners. If you want to start studying more efficiently, then it would be wise to record the lectures and listen to them instead of reading textbooks.
● Do you relate information to visual content? If you are a visual learner, you should implement images, graphs, charts, infographics, colorful lists, flashcards, and other types of visual content when you study.
● If your learning style is not auditory or visual, then you might be a physical learner. Some students have too much energy; they tap their feet or play with a pen during lectures. A walk before a lecture will calm your nerves down. You can try studying/listening to audio lectures during a walk. That will help you remember the information more quickly.
2. Use the right EdTech tools.
Technology has the power of making everything easier. There are plenty of websites, online tools, and smartphone/tablet apps that will boost your skills of planning, writing, time management, brainstorming, etc.
One way of improving your productivity is using flashcards. You can make your own cards, but you can also download pre-ma
Posted On Monday 8th May 2017 12:28 PM
A lot of times, art demands that we think abstractly, perhaps even that we feel and not think at all. Comprehending pieces like Picasso’s Guernica isn’t necessarily a walk in the park, but those with amind for it are up for a history lesson and half, and that’s before even getting into interpreting themeaning of the horse and the bull and the lack of color throughout.
But enjoying art doesn’t have to come down to liking Picasso–it can be as simple as getting lost in aguitar solo or the lyrics of a socially conscious rapper or singer in your headphones, especially if itgets you to think so much that…