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    Learning How To Learn

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    Can I get more info regarding the course?

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    Can I get more info regarding the course?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kizmet View Post
    The course 'learning how to learn' sounds great. Online learning courses has many great advantages, so most students prefer online learning courses to learn something or to get education online. I also like. Thanks for sharing this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CindaJohnson View Post
    The course 'learning how to learn' sounds great. Online learning courses has many great advantages, so most students prefer online learning courses to learn something or to get education online. I also like. Thanks for sharing this.

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    The spammers sometimes try to start out that way
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    Wouldn't people have to already know how to learn, in order to learn how to learn?

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    some learning skills are innate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by heirophant View Post
    Wouldn't people have to already know how to learn, in order to learn how to learn?
    Only to a certain degree. I guess you leverage your native learning ability with spanking new techniques - all neuroscientific etc., so you can learn "better" - i.e. more, faster, more thoroughly and permanently.

    OML, I'm starting to sound like an ad for this stuff! At a lot of colleges and unis, you get a short, mandatory course on learning/study skills etc. at the beginning. Where I'm sitting right now, they call it "Student Success." I had to take it, 20+ years ago. All I can say is - it did me no harm.

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