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Teaching How to Learn

Author : Kenneth A. Kiewra
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Help students acquire successful learning strategies using the SOAR approach: Select key ideas, Organize information, Associate ideas to create meaningful connections, and Regulate learning through practice.

HOW TO LEARN AND TEACH IN MEDICAL SCHOOL

Author : Mark E. Quirk
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This book can be used by students, faculty, and administrators to enhance the process of medical education. Medical students can use it to develop and refine their learning skills, assess their individual learning needs, identify resources to meet these needs, and to prepare themselves for critical learning events and transitions. Faculty can use this book to understand the learning process and develop teaching skills, thereby providing a framework for critically assessing how they teach. Administrators can use it to expose inadequacies in the medical education process and to strengthen the teaching and learning environment. Certain chapters of this book could serve as required readings for a medical school course on learning. The development and implementation of such a course, and the commensurate application of the espoused principles of learning and teaching to the educational process, would signal true medical educational reform. It would signify that critical attention is being paid to those aspects of learning medicine thought to be crucial: reading the literature, self-directedness, critical thinking/problem solving, lifelong learning and creativity. Such a course would be as important as any basic science course or clinical rotation to the training of future physicians who would use these skills throughout their professional lives. The book could serve as a foundation for faculty development with medical educators. In this regard, Part One provides insight into how medical students learn and has significant implications for teaching. Parts Two and Three provide practical guidelines for teaching and curriculum development from a learner-cen-tered perspective.

How to Learn a Foreign Language

Author : Pimsleur
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In this entertaining and groundbreaking book, Dr. Paul Pimsleur, creator of the renowned Pimsleur Method, the world leader in audio-based language learning, shows how anyone can learn to speak a foreign language. If learning a language in high school left you bruised, with a sense that there was no way you can learn another language, How to Learn a Foreign Language will restore your sense of hope. In simple, straightforward terms, Dr. Pimsleur will help you learn grammar (seamlessly), vocabulary, and how to practice pronunciation (and come out sounding like a native). The key is the simplicity and directness of Pimsleur’s approach to a daunting subject, breaking it down piece by piece, demystifying the process along the way. Dr. Pimsleur draws on his own language learning trials and tribulations offering practical advice for overcoming the obstacles so many of us face. Originally published in 1980, How to Learn a Foreign Language is now available on the 50th anniversary of Dr. Pimsleur’s publication of the first of his first audio courses that embodied the concepts and methods found here. It's a fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of the mind of this amazing pioneer of language learning.

How To Learn Anything 3 Times Faster

Author : Florian Rooz
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It's a BIG book! Supercharge your life with the tools of extreme learning! Have you ever: - wished you could learn new skills much faster? - felt you didn’t get the most from your education? - feel like your kids may not be reaching their full potential in school? - dropped out of a study frustrated or disillusioned, even though you wanted to complete it? - feel a lack of education is fundamentally holding you back in life? With the tools of extreme learning you will gain confidence in your own ability and prove to yourself that you too can learn, even very complicated new skills, quickly and successfully. Learn that new skill, ace that test, finally get that diploma. Extreme learning is easy, fun and can radically change your life! An essential new skill for everybody! Regardless of age, heritage, gender or IQ, How to learn anything 3 times faster lays out the concrete insights and essential steps to becoming an extreme learner and learn anything 3 times faster! By Florian Rooz

No One Ever Taught Me How to Learn

Author : I. C. Robledo
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Go from Poor Learner to Pro-Learner Without Buying into the Many Myths Imagine that there was a way to improve your ability to learn, so that you could move toward your goals faster. Think what would happen if you didn’t have to struggle so much to get little result, and that you could make great progress for the effort you put in. Internationally bestselling author I. C. Robledo collected information from a wide range of sources to show you what you need to know about learning. Realize that learning is a skill that can be improved. If you master this skill, it can help you make progress in many other areas. Inside, you will discover: - The most effective study technique that few students actually use - How slower learners are often underestimated, and can surpass expectations - What we can learn from the fun and curiosity children bring to learning - Why knowing your motivation and purpose is key when learning something new - What type of learner you are: exploratory generalist, project tackler, or curriculum developer Understand how learning works, and use it to your advantage with No One Ever Taught Me How to Learn. Pick up your copy today by scrolling to the top of the page and clicking BUY NOW.

Learning How to Learn Using Multimedia

Author : Deepanjali Mishra
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This book introduces the concept of multimedia in education, and how multimedia technology could be implemented to impart digital education to university students. The book emphasizes the versatile use of technology enabled education through the research papers from distinguished academicians and researchers who are specifically working in this area. It benefits all those researchers who are enthusiastic about learning online and also for those academicians who are interested to work on various aspects of learning and teaching through technology.​

The Young Observers Or how to Learn Without Books

Author : Joseph Banvard
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The Bobbin Boy or How Nat Got His learning

Author : William Makepeace Thayer
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"The Bobbin Boy; or, How Nat Got His learning" by William Makepeace Thayer. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Bobbin Boy Or How Nat Got His Learning

Author : William M. Thayer
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Speed Learning How To Improve Your Ability To Learn

Author : IntroBooks Team
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Speed learning is a set of learning strategies that aim to achieve higher learning levels without unacceptably reducing understanding or retention. It is closely connected with speed reading but involves other learning techniques such as evaluation, listening, discussion, questioning and reflective analysis. The traditional approach is to use methods or a series of procedures that have been proven to provide a more effective roadmap to achieving the same objective. Some of the methods have persisted since ancient times, such as Mnemonics, while others have been the consequence of more recent scientific work such as Forgetting Curves. Speed listening is a sub-classification of speed learning where students try to increase the pace at which they can listen while maintaining complete understanding. It allows students to absorb more details while listening in a shorter span of time. It is most widely used when using text-to-speech applications such as Speechify, audiobook services such as Audible, or Apple iTunes Podcast apps, etc. Entrepreneur Cliff Weitzman and speed learner Max Deutsch have made their marks to be credited with redeeming this learning type.