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Skills for Success: Improving Memory

Metacognition: Learning how you learn best. Reflect on what works and doesn't work for you. Practice what works.

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Thesis: The Effects of Practice and Delay on Motor Skill Learning and Retention, by Tal Savion-Lemiex

Take home messages from this paper:

Practicing daily, even for a minimal time, works better than practicing for a long time on a couple of days.

It may take you around 4 days to learn a new skill.

Learn it right the first time

Types of Human Memory: Diagram by Luke Mastin

See Say Hear Do

the more ways you support learning the more stable the memory

The more ways you support learning, the more stable the memory.

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