LEARN HOW TO LEARN
Learning doesn't stop after school or university. It's something you do your entire life. You are a life long learner. Ever showed a toddler to peel a banana, familiarized an out-of-town visitor with the commuter train, given feedback to a friend or waved your hands to make a puppy sit. Surprise! You're also a teacher! We're coming together to learn and teach each other something that most schools and university don't share with you... How to learn!
After you meet our community it's difficult not to fall in love with learning. It's our hope that by exploring how you learn, you will gain a deeper understanding of yourself, how you think, feel and approach a world of knowledge abundance.
A Community for Life Long Learners
It's a little more exciting then techniques that have been unquestioningly handed down through the ages such as highlighting, summarizing and rereading. We're going deep on methods to ensure that knowledge doesn't fall out of your head in your next lecture or workshop. Learn how to map your knowledge, and formulate problems accurately. Understand some of the leading theories on memory so you can recall and retain information more effectively. Discover advanced note-taking techniques and how to create a personal knowledge management system so that you can maximise your return on attention.
A Lab for Learning
Everyone learns differently. Take control of your learning with leading research, community support, resources and practices.
Contribute to a Wiki of evidence-based and experimental learning, teaching and note-taking techniques. Explore this shared resource, discover exciting new research on the science of learning and see which techniques work for your unique learning style.
REVIEW AND SHARE
How did it go? Your experience is valuable to everyone! Share your experience and review how different learning techniques and tools worked for you through videos, blogs and articles you create so others can learn.
CROSS DISCIPLINE AND AGE GROUP CONNECTION
Connect with our diverse community of students, entrepreneurs, researchers and practitioners. Ask questions about your learning in a safe space where there is no right or wrong, only opportunities to grow and learn. See how different fields approach learning and problem solving together.