The primary reason that most of us “forget” something is that we never really learned that something in the first place.
“Memorization” is in quotes because the goal of studying is not to memorize something like you memorize a sequence of
Your brain is like a sponge in three ways…
Attention is probably the least appreciated aspect of intentional learning.
Intentional, conscious learning is the process by which we deliberately set out to learn something of value that we intend
Your brain’s memory system consists of four sub–systems:
Anatomically, your brain is made of two distinct hemispheres: left and right.
Your brain is not a single organ.
One way to view intelligence is to divide it into three domains: affect, behavior, and cognition. This “ABC model” validates
Assuming that something is worth learning… and assuming that we’ve given an honest effort to do so… the reason we