“Draw the art you want to see, start the business you want to run, play the music you want to hear, write the books you want to read, build the products you want to use, do the work you want to see done.” Austin Kleon
Responses suggested ten learning hacks:1. Break large concepts down into smaller, more digestible pieces. Bite-size learning improves comprehension and retention. 2. Feature podcasts, audiobooks, and ebooks relevant to the area of study. This will enhance the learning experience and provide a well-rounded perspective. 3. Enhance interactions and discussion forum participation among students. This is a great way to solidify concepts and gain different perspectives on the topics. 4. Simplify course topics so students will be able to teach them to others.
5.Regularity and repetition is key
to keeping learning consistent and more effective. Students advance
when they add time to study in their schedule on a regular basis.
6. Learners operate on a different clock,
which means that it’s important to find the right time of the day to
study. Some students work better in the morning. Others will do some of
their best work in the later hours of the day.
7. Ask for help. Find peers or fellow learners who
are knowledgeable on the topic or ask your instructors. This is a
great way to clarify concepts that may be difficult to grasp.
8. Real-world practice. Putting learning into
practice through projects, case studies or real-world scenarios is a
proven way to advance their comprehension, rather than just theorizing
9. Making mistakes and learning from them along the way is a natural part of the process. Don’t shy away from mistakes.
10. Taking notes and revising them are two essential
components of learning. Color-code, bullet lists, or draw maps and
graphs to make learning stick.