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How to Learn “Learning”

  • Total Enrolled 4
  • Last Update October 27, 2020

Description

No matter, if you are a student or an employee, it is very important for of us to learn the importance of being a continuous learner  by up-skilling our-self. So, it is very essential for all of us to learn and “How to Learn”. This is an awesome compilation of videos helping us to learn more about the process of learning by great achievers and intellectuals. 

It is always suggested to have a small notepad aside while taking this course, so that you would note all the important notes and techniques so that you implement them and  grow in your career and life.

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24 Lessons

Course Content

How Learning Changes Functioning of Brain14:24
Richard Fynmanns Learning Technique11:30
A Mind for Numbers by Barbara Oakley – Book Review5:41
Learning “How to Learn” – Talk by Barbara Oakley -TED Talk17:35
The Practicing Mind10:27
Learning styles & the importance of critical self-reflection18:14
The Dunning-Kruger Effect – Cognitive Bias – Why Incompetent People Think They Are Competent9:41
The Art of Learning by Josh Waitzkin – Book Review7:57
How to Master Anything – Book Review7:35
Deliberate Practice7:31
How to achieve your ambitions by constant learning17:53
Mastery: How to Learn Anything Fast | Nishant Kasibhatla19:10
Motivation, self-regulation and learning how to learn | Heidi Ashton | [email protected]15:30
How to memorize anything00
The more you’re taught, the less you know | Stephen Baldridge | TEDxACU17:14
How To Learn Better | Ulrich Boser | TEDxNashville16:13
5 Hour Rule of Learning6:20
The revolution of self-directed learning | Sean Bengry | TEDxFlourCity9:02
Techniques of Learning – Video8:26
Best ways to Learn “Learning” – Scott Young29:36
How to improve memory to improve education12:42
Learn 10 times Faster – Talk by Jim Kwik8:45
The Super Mario Effect – Tricking your brain to learn more15:08
Collage Education is not enough – Achiever’s view of regular education11:26

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8 Courses

26 students

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8 Courses

26 students

5.00 (1 ratings)

8 Courses

26 students

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