The Negative Effects of Cramming: A No-Brainer

You’ve probably used this study method at some point in your education, I know I did. Procrastinating your work until the very last minute and then covering all of it in one very long study session. Let’s not forget the ten cups of coffee, bad eating habits, and loss of sleep that come with it. […]

The Competitive Edge – Knowing How to Learn

Today’s education system very much benefits the rich and hurts the poor – and that’s a problem. It’s the wealthy student that gets the chance to have tutors and the extra time, strategies and resources. The good news is that education system of the future is heading towards a more self-directed learning model. My overall […]

Memory & the Levels of Learning

Memory & the “Levels of Learning” The “Levels of Learning” are used to promote higher forms of thinking in education, such as analyzing and evaluating concepts, processes, procedures, and principles, rather than just relying on memory and remembering facts. Check out this chart of Anderson’s Levels of Learning: Step #1. Remembering or Knowledge. This is […]