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Learning How to Learn Makes Every Student Genius - Articles Surfing
Santosh Prem, a teacher at Malet Lambert School, claims that *the difference between a genius and a "normal" person is that the former "accidentally" acquired the critical combination of the appropriate environment, motivation and learning technique to excel in his particular field.* Literally it means that every student has the same potential to excel and succeed in studying without having any exceptional inborn gift.
One of the most vital components in this *genius formula*, which significance is underestimated both by teachers and students is acquiring and harnessing of *Learning How to Learn* skill. *This is probably the one skill that was never explicitly mentioned in all the years that you've spent in school. But it's the one where there's the most reward for the smallest investment.*
Indeed, knowing how to learn is a universal skill which every learner can make good use of for self-education in future life. Learning how to learn is a critical starting point in studying, which promotes students* success in the whole course of education. This drastic know-how forms not only the basis of successful learning, but develops a peculiar learning style of the person.
Some learners choose more methodical approach to learning and try to dive into the essence of processing data, breaking it into logical units in order to memorize large blocks of information in parts. Meanwhile, other approach to learning less structurally, relying heavily on loci memory improvement technique, which involves making associations between facts and visualizing things.
Thus, every learning style is unique and it is impossible to elaborate a set of standard learning strategies and methods which can be utilized by every learner. Hence, I offer you to get acquainted with the following learning techniques and experiment with some of them to see if they work for you.
Seven Principles of *Learning How to Learn* Formula
Take risks and don*t be afraid to experiment with different techniques. Always remember that those who learn and do it constantly over their lifetime do much better in their career and have more advantageous position than those who stop on attained results and rest on laurels.
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