Learning how to learn is an online course which provides powerful mental tools to help you master tough subjects. This course teaches you valuable learning techniques used by experts in art, music, literature, maths, science, sports and many other disciplines.
In this course you can get to know how the brain uses two different learning modes and how it encapsulates the information. This course elaborates illusions of learning, memory techniques, dealing with procrastination and best practises, proven by research, which helps you master the tough subjects.
Who should take this course?
This course is recommended to everyone. No matter what your skill level in topics you would like to master, by changing your thinking you can change your life. If you are already an expert, this peep under the mental hood will turbocharge your ideas for successful learning. It also provides counter-intuitive test taking tips and insights that will help you make best use of time in homework and problem sets. If you want to become better at anything this course will serve you as guide.
What is learning?
- Focused versus diffuse thinking
- Procrastination , memory and sleep
- Chunking the essentials
- Seeing the bigger picture
Procrastination and memory
- Renaissance Learning and unlocking your potential
Taught by: Dr Barbara Oakley, Professor of Engineering
Language: English (however subtitles are available in many languages).
Created by: University of California, San Diego
Financial aid: Financial Aid is available for learners who cannot afford the fee.
Duration: Maximum duration of the course is four weeks.
Coursework: Each course is like an interactive textbook, featuring pre-recorded videos, Quizzes and projects.
Certificate: At the end of the course, once you have completed all the quizzes and coursework you will receive a certificate from University of California, San Diego shown above.