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Three new tips for adult learners
A new year brings new resolutions, they frequently involve learning something new. These are three wise bits to stick to your plan until the end.
Short Guide to Critical Thinking – Part 3
Confidence, ignorance, and context are three concepts that together define our perception of what we or others know.
Short Guide to Critical Thinking – Part 2
Humans aren’t naturally great at seeing the world statistically. So, they make up their own reference points.
Short Guide to Critical Thinking – Part 1
This article divided in three parts considers 8 ways to make more consistent decisions.
A framework for deep introspection
A meditative, critical approach to maximize the value of introspection and avoid its dangerous pitfalls.
Three main gears of observation (and where to begin with them)
We see, but don’t observe – and we should do something with that. Here I suggest three ways to improve our observational skills.
Thinking to learn how to code? Let me give you a jumpstart in your learning with some devices I use daily.
Learning mindfully mindlessly
Mindfulness is a great tool we can use to improve our learning moments. However it isn’t “one-size-fits-all” and can become counterproductive. Still, we can get the best from the other face of the coin: mindlessness.
Learning with Dual Coding and Mental Imagery
Revisiting Dual Coding and tackling mental imagery with few more examples and few tricks to help you improve your learning time.