Links to References: Piaget's Constructivism, Papert's Constructionism: What's the difference? by Edith Ackermann (PDF) Metaphors We Live By by George Lakoff & Mark Johnson (book) The Spacing Effect: A Case Study in the Failure to Apply the Results of Psychological Research by Frank Dempster (PDF) What Works,
3 keys to effective learning
We learn with the hope that what we imbibe stays within us for long periods. We need to be able to access the body of information that we possess, quickly and effectively. There are lots of misconceptions about the way we learn. Cognitive Science shows us what really works. The list is small and involves 3 key elements. The hand drawn and written graphics that accompany this post, outline the steps. Learning is more effective when well worked out processes are used.