Becoming a Digital Polymath With Accelerated Learning
The full post: http://www.thebioneer.com/digi....tal-polymath…lerated
This video discusses the possibility of the 'digital polymath' and argues that we're seeing a 'renaissance' of the renaissance man and women. The web now makes it possible for us to learn more, faster than ever before - all from the comfort of our homes. Meanwhile, crowdsourcing and more powerful tools help us to create and contribute in unprecedented ways.
I believe more and more people are now making use of all this information to expand their skills and knowledge - and that this is the best way for us to get ahead in the 'fourth industrial revolution'.
Better yet, by actively combining the web with accelerated learning techniques, we can learn more, faster than ever before.
Popular accelerated learning strategies include:
* The DiSSS method
* The Feynman Technique
* The target performance level
* Anki flashcards
* Spaced learning
I go into all these and more in the video, and discuss them in relation to the idea of the 'digital polymath'. Be sure to share your tips and suggestions in the comments below!
The blog post by Scott Young that I recommended: https://www.scotthyoung.com/bl....og/2011/01/11/learn-
The video on thinking like sherlock holmes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1zRN07Wlow&t=96s
BIG thank you to Patrick Reynolds who created the awesome thumbnail for this one. You can find more of his work at his Instagram page: http://www.instagram.com/thelastjustice
The blog: http://www.thebioneer.com
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"Education [...] is a process of living and not a preparation for future living." — John Dewey
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