Learning strategies

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I once asked my students. Which learning method you find the most effective? I gave some options like online videos, books, hands on work, classroom lectures and also anything else they wanted to note. To my surprise a very large number of students responded that peer-to-peer learning works best for them. Do you have a learning strategy to share?

Author: strangeset

A nomad at heart, I enjoy observing, analysing, connecting, understanding and dreaming. I am a big fan of science and tech. Forever learning and experimenting.

3 thoughts on “Learning strategies”

  1. Depends what subject. Movies were always useful when learning a new language.
    Studying with peers was most ineffective and often aggravating. There were people who were either slower than me, or people who picked up the material faster than me. Either way, I felt like I wasn’t getting much out of it. Plus, people wanted to laugh and procrastinate whenever I was motivated to learn.

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