A Mind For Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If You Flunked Algebra)

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A Mind For Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If You Flunked Algebra)

A Mind For Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If You Flunked Algebra)

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According to Oakley, your study habits (good or bad) will have a strong impact on your ability to learn math and science.

By way of illustration, he says that if you’re shown a picture of a person and told that her last name is Baker, you won’t remember “baker” as well as if you’re told she is a baker. If you have difficulty hearing or speaking, it might help to use the Next Generation Text Service (NGTS) Typetalk/Text Relay app on a mobile device or computer. In our full summary for A Mind for Numbers, we’ll break down the whys and hows of distributed practice, and how it helps to prevent the “Einstellung effect” (where you get stuck because you’re fixated on a wrong approach or a flawed concept, thus blocking out better approaches or solutions). By understanding how each step in a solution is connected with one another, your mind essentially “chains” these ideas together and allows you to access them all at the same time.You think of slowing down, you think of pressing the brakes…(but wait, brakes first before clutch) and then you shift down to a lower gear, time the clutch release appropriately before pressing on the gas pedal—done! In short, studying a problem in a laser-focused way until you reach a solution is not an effective way to learn. Procrastination expert Rita Emmett explains: “The dread of doing a task uses up more time and energy than doing the task itself. The companion book to the wildly popular massive open online course "Learning How to Learn" Whether you are a student struggling to fulfill a math or science requirement, or you are embarking on a career change that requires a new skill set, A Mind for Numbers offers the tools you need to get a better grasp of that intimidating material. Therefore, you should aim to associate anything you want to remember, even something as abstract as a person’s last name, with as many sensations as you can.

If you're in crisis and need to talk right now, there are many helplines staffed by trained people ready to listen. Barbara Oakley explains several interconnected concepts about learning, and how they can be applied to math and science.The Cue: Oakley identifies this as the stimulus that your brain responds to by performing the habitual action. We build and maintain all our own systems, but we don’t charge for access, sell user information, or run ads. As Oakley explains, you could come up with an acronym or a sentence composed of words that symbolize the ideas you need to remember. The insights are relevant for students and learners of all ages who wish to learn better, faster and deeper.



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