A growing body of research is making it clear that learners are made, not born. Through the deliberate use of practice and dedicated strategies to improve our ability to learn, we can all develop expertise faster and more effectively. In short, we can all get better at getting better.
Here are three practical ways to build your learning skills, based on research.
Organize your goals
Think about thinking
Reflect on your learning
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