Learning How To Learn

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Kizmet, Jun 17, 2017.

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  1. Kizmet

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    Can I get more info regarding the course?
     
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    Politesse? What is happening to this forum?
     
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    The spammers sometimes try to start out that way:sigh1:
     
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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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    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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