Tag archive: learning

What do you want to learn?

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Photo by Parker Byrd on Unsplash.com

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to study through a university based in Europe, the US or in fact anywhere overseas? You can. For free. Here’s how.

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How to improve your focus and your productivity

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Photo by Daria Nepriakhina on Unsplash.com

Your attention determines the experiences you have, and the experiences you have determine the life you live.
(Thomas, 2018).

Managing your attention is important to learning and productivity. With the many distractions that abound from electronic and social media, this can be a real challenge.

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Productive learning

The amount of information available to us has increased incredibly with the increase in the use of technology and social media. Does that make us more productive as learners though?

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What’s your story?

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Photo by Josh Calabrese on Unsplash.com

Stories are important. They are a social mechanism for passing on knowledge, sharing folklore and culture, as well as a learning tool. Everyone has a story. What’s yours?

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How to develop resilience

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Photo by Ronald Cuyan on Unsplash.com

Resilience is talked about in terms of people getting through challenges and tough times. It has become a popular term used in development programs. Do people organically develop resilience through experience and their handling of it? Or, is it something you can learn? I attended The Resilience Summit to find out.

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Thoughts about sleep benefits …

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Photo by VITALIY ANOKHIN on Unsplash.com

It is a common experience that a problem difficult at night is resolved in the morning after the committee of sleep has worked on it.
~ John Steinbeck

Train your brain series: Sleep and learning

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Photo by Adi Goldstein on Unsplash.com

Sleep plays an important role in learning. That may seem obvious when thinking about children and learning. In fact it applies to us all. Recognising this is one thing, using it to your advantage is an under-utilised learning hack.

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