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Are you looking for a simple way to improve your memory without spending tons of money? Do you often feel stressed or overwhelmed with loads of information you need to learn? In our fast-paced world, not only is educational innovation present and available, but we also have a population that is demanding more. Every new invention we learn is just a stepping-stone toward a greater innovation. 

Each new theory or discovery we make is just a chip away at a bigger truth that we’re exploring. With so much to be learned, we can’t use the same old methods we have been for gaining new information. Instead, we have to make sure that we’re keeping up with our methods of learning as quickly as we’re keeping up with everything else that is so rapidly changing in the world. Accelerated learning will help you not only process information faster but also helps to make sure that you are improving your memory as well. The more we can expand our minds, the easier it becomes to actually grow them. 

Throughout this audiobook, you will first learn the science and processes of how we learn new things as well as how we store information. If you can understand the core of your brain, you can start to better understand everything else that comes along with it. 

This guide will take you through the following elements: 

  • How to learn 
  • How the memory works 
  • How to improve your memory 
  • How to concentrate 
  • Basic and more advanced techniques for learning 

And much more!  

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Travis O'Ryan (P)2019 Travis O'Ryan

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No new information

Nothing ground breaking or really that helpful; skip this. You can find better out there

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I highly recommend this audio book

This book will show you how to structure your learning and assessment processes to learn and confirm you're actually retaining the material. It provides 27 pages of endnotes on scientific studies that support its recommendations. Having read and applied the principles of both MIS and WSSK (see below), I can say they do work, very well.

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Love this book

Really full of good information to form your own methods based on your learning style and subjects being memorized. Review and practice will make these methods your own. Giving you a new way to think and remember.

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Accelerated Learning

Well, while this works to an extent, it leads more to an illusion of mastery than mastery. What works better? Listen it and quiz yourself; information retrieval is the key. Retrieving helps to build stronger connections in the brain that will lock information into memory.

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This is an amazing little audiobook!

In fact, this book was useful to me as a coach, but I really recommend it for students! I found it particularly interesting that the authors put their own research to good use when writing the book: Concepts were interleaved. Stories were told. Points of knowledge were repeated at spaced intervals. The information they presented is indeed "sticking" in my brain

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This is a very useful and informative book.

The extent to which a person is able to learn, how learning can be effectively pursued, and then later retain the skills and knowledge gained from the learning activities involve critical questions for all of us, not just for teachers, like myself. It is also important to understand how and the extent to which we can improve on this learning.

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Teaches a different way of thinking.

I liked that they explained how the brain learns without drowning the reader in a bunch of science lingo. I wish that this book was written years ago when I was a college student. It would have helped me study and survive college without all the stress.

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This is a powerful book!

This book helped me figure out how to teach them techniques, pace clock skills, and so forth, in ways that they can retain what they've learned.

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Everything written in this book makes sense

Personally, I found the book filled with interesting ideas. We know that we often, as teachers, have forgotten the steep hills we had to climb to mastery. Therefore, I think a book like this that attends to many facets of the learning process is a valuable antidote to complacency.

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Very helpful and useful audio.

The authors in this book deacribed about techniques such as retrieval, spacing, elaboration, Interleaving problems, generation, and reflection. All techniques are unique and potentially useful if applied correctly... or so they say. I have never listen anything this well put together about learning before and was quite impressed.