With the help of researchers who have studied the science of memory, Make It Stick PDF looks into ways to memorize more quickly and make learning easier. It also dispels myths and common misconceptions about learning being hard for people with high native cognitive skills.
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Make It Stick PDF, Epub – Details And Review:
Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning PDF about how to learn and teach better that is both convincing and easy to read. The most recent research on learning is presented by two psychologists and one author, who also disproves some of our most common learning strategies.
Make It Stick PDF is a popular Self Help Book written by Peter C. Brown. The book was originally published on April 14, 2014. The book follows the genre of Nonfiction, Education, Psychology, Self Help, Science, Teaching and Book. It has a rating of 4.17 Star Review on GoodReads.
The majority of us consider it a waste of time and effort to learn something “the hard way.” We believe that effective instruction should make use of strategies that simplify learning and be creatively tailored to the various learning styles of students. These fashionable concepts are turned on their heads by Make It Stick Ebook.
The authors offer concrete strategies for becoming more productive learners, drawing on recent discoveries in cognitive psychology and other fields. Our capacity to perform complex cognitive tasks, such as applying knowledge to new problems and drawing inferences from previously known facts, is heavily reliant on memory. A better comprehension of how we learn has resulted from new insights into the processes by which memory is encoded, consolidated, and then retrieved. Learning becomes more complex and more easily retained when obstacles that make learning difficult are overcome.
About The Author (Peter C. Brown):
Peter C. Brown grandfather worked as an engineer for a gold mining company in Nome, Alaska, and was a prospector. Brown is a retired business consultant who lives in St. Paul, Minnesota, with his wife.