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Sous-titres : Anglais, Tamoul, Arabe, Français, Bengali, Ukrainien, Portugais (européen), Serbe, Chinois (simplifié), Grec, Italien, Portugais (brésilien), Vietnamien, Néerlandais, Estonien, Allemand, Russe, Thaï, Hébreu, Espagnol, Roumain, Persan, Polonais...

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Programme du cours : ce que vous apprendrez dans ce cours

Semaine
1
5 heures pour terminer

What is Learning?

Although living brains are very complex, this module uses metaphor and analogy to help simplify matters. You will discover several fundamentally different modes of thinking, and how you can use these modes to improve your learning. You will also be introduced to a tool for tackling procrastination, be given some practical information about memory, and discover surprisingly useful insights about learning and sleep. <br><br>(Please note that this module should only take about an hour--the extra time quoted relates to purely optional activities.)...
14 vidéos (Total 109 min), 4 lectures, 3 quiz
14 vidéos
Terrence Sejnowski and Barbara Oakley--Introduction to the Course Structure2 min
Using the Focused and Diffuse Modes--Or, a Little Dali will do You4 min
What is Learning?5 min
A Procrastination Preview2 min
Practice Makes Permanent6 min
Introduction to Memory4 min
The Importance of Sleep in Learning3 min
Interview with Dr. Terrence Sejnowski14 min
Summary video for Module 14 min
Excitement About Whats Next! MaryAnne Nestor Gives Special Hints1 min
Optional Interview with "Benny the Irish Polyglot" about Learning Languages19 min
Optional Interview with Dr. Robert Bilder on Creativity and Problem Solving15 min
Optional Interview with Writing Coach Daphne Gray-Grant18 min
4 lectures
Welcome and Course Information10 min
Get to Know Your Classmates10 min
Reading: Focused versus Diffuse Thinking
A Posting about Anxiety, Depression and PTSD from a learner in Learning How to learn
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Introductory Quiz (Lots of fun and useful info!)40 min
What is Learning?28 min
Semaine
2
2 heures pour terminer

Chunking

In this module, we’re going to be talking about chunks. Chunks are compact packages of information that your mind can easily access. We’ll talk about how you can form chunks, how you can use them to improve your understanding and creativity with the material, and how chunks can help you to do better on tests. We’ll also explore illusions of competence in learning, the challenges of overlearning, and the advantages of interleaving....
11 vidéos (Total 77 min), 1 lecture, 3 quiz
11 vidéos
What is a Chunk?6 min
How to Form a Chunk - Part 15 min
How to Form a Chunk - Part 27 min
Illusions of Competence8 min
What Motivates You?5 min
The Value of a Library of Chunks5 min
Overlearning, Choking, Einstellung, and Interleaving8 min
Summary for Module 23 min
Optional Interview with Dr. Norman Fortenberry - Learning at MIT10 min
Optional Interview with Scott Young, a "Marco Polo" of Learning16 min
1 lecture
Reading: Chunking
3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Retrieval Practice10 min
Retrieval Practice12 min
Chunking24 min
Semaine
3
5 heures pour terminer

Procrastination and Memory

In this module, we talk about two intimately connected ideas—procrastination and memory. Building solid chunks in long term memory--chunks that are easily accessible by your short term memory—takes time. This is why learning to handle procrastination is so important. Finally, we talk about some of the best ways to access your brain’s most powerful long term memory systems....
14 vidéos (Total 106 min), 1 lecture, 4 quiz
14 vidéos
Tackling Procrastination - It is Easier, and More Valuable, Than You Think6 min
Zombies Everywhere3 min
Surf is Up: Process Versus Product4 min
Harnessing Your Zombies to Help You5 min
Juggling Life and Learning5 min
Summing Up Procrastination1 min
Diving Deeper into Memory6 min
What is Long Term Memory?5 min
Creating Meaningful Groups and the Memory Palace Technique6 min
Summing Up Memory3 min
Optional Interview with 4 Time US Memory Champion Nelson Dellis23 min
Optional Interview with Dr. Robert Gamache, an Award-winning Bilingual Scientist14 min
Optional Interview with Keith Devlin from Stanford, the NPR "Math Guy"20 min
1 lecture
Reading: Procrastination and Memory
3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Retrieval Practice12 min
Retrieval Practice10 min
Procrastination and Memory28 min
Semaine
4
4 heures pour terminer

Renaissance Learning and Unlocking Your Potential

In this module we’re going to talk more about important ideas and techniques that will enhance your ability to learn. You’ll also discover how to more profitably interact with fellow learners, how to recognize your own strengths, and how to avoid the “imposter syndrome.” Fighter pilots and surgeons use checklists to help them with their critical duties—you can use a similar checklist to help you prepare for tests. Ultimately, you will learn more about the joys of living a life filled with learning!...
16 vidéos (Total 140 min), 3 lectures, 3 quiz
16 vidéos
Introduction to Renaissance Learning and Unlocking Your Potential1 min
Create a Lively Visual Metaphor or Analogy3 min
No Need for Genius Envy6 min
Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life6 min
The Value of Teamwork6 min
A Test Checklist3 min
Hard Start - Jump to Easy4 min
Final Helpful Hints for Tests5 min
Summary for Module 43 min
Wrapup to the Course by Terrence Sejnowski and Barbara Oakley2 min
Optional: Part 1: How NOT to Take a Test, Interview with Dr. Richard Felder and Dr. Rebecca Brent11 min
Optional: Part 2: Learning Something New, Interview with Dr. Richard Felder and Dr. Rebecca Brent9 min
Optional: Part 3: The Imposter Syndrome and Dealing with Procrastination, Interview with Dr. Richard Felder and Dr. Rebecca Brent9 min
Optional: Writer John Maguire (readablewriting.com) on the Importance of Putting Objects in Your Writing20 min
Optional Interview with William Craig Rice on learning in the humanities40 min
3 lectures
Please Rate this Course on Class Central10 min
Reading: Renaissance Learning and Unlocking Your Potential
Farewell and Hello!1 min
3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Retrieval Practice8 min
Retrieval Practice12 min
Final54 min
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par EAApr 29th 2017

This was a great course! I learned a number of different techniques and strategies for learning more effectively that I can't wait to implement in my studies. I highly recommend Learning How to Learn.

par AKAug 18th 2017

It was a wonderful journey of learning how to learn. Simple and effective. Wish i had come across something like this a little early in life. But better late than never. Keep up the good work. Thanks.

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Dr. Barbara Oakley

Ramón y Cajal Distinguished Scholar of Global Digital Learning, McMaster University
Professor of Engineering, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Oakland University
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Dr. Terrence Sejnowski

Francis Crick Professor at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Computational Neurobiology Laboratory

À propos de Université McMaster

Founded in 1887, McMaster University is committed to creativity, innovation, and excellence by inspiring critical thinking, personal growth, and a passion for learning. Ranked amongst the Top 100 universities in the world, McMaster pioneered a learner-centred, problem-based, interdisciplinary approach to learning that is now known worldwide as the “McMaster Model”. ...

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