Make It Stick

Make It Stick

Peter C. Brown / Dec 07, 2019

Make It Stick Drawing on cognitive psychology and other fields Make It Stick offers techniques for becoming productive learners and cautions against study habits and practice routines that turn out to be counterp

  • Title: Make It Stick
  • Author: Peter C. Brown
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  • Page: 291
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  • Drawing on cognitive psychology and other fields, Make It Stick offers techniques for becoming productive learners, and cautions against study habits and practice routines that turn out to be counterproductive The book speaks to students, teachers, trainers, athletes, and all those interested in lifelong learning and self improvement.

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    1. تقریبا همه متودهایی رو که ما برای خوندن و یاد گرفتن استفاده می کنیم رو این کتاب اثبات می کنه ضعیف و ناکارآمد هستن. از سیستم هایلات کردن گرفته تا مثلا تمرین کردن مسلط شدن به تکنیک های مختلف به صورت ترتیبی و توی این کتاب موثرترین تکنیک های یادگیری رو که علم عصب شناسی و علوم شناختی [...]


    2. If only I had known So I'll let you in on the secret. EVERYTHING you need to know is contained in Chapter 8. The final chapter of the book, naturally. So skip to page 200 and save yourself a LOT of time wandering aimlessy through the groves of academe. Not that there isn't viable information in the preceding seven chapters, mind you, but it's a long slog of background before getting to the good stuff. I suppose they had to do something to make it more than a pamphlet. Trust me. Read Chapter 8, a [...]


    3. A very convincing and readable book about how to better learn and, as an extension, how to better teach. Two psychologists and (thankfully) one writer present the latest research on learning and, in so doing, refutes some of our most popular learning techniques (such as 'practice, practice, practice' and my favorite 'read and reread'). At the end of the book, the following eight concrete techniques are offered:1. Retrieving - practice retrieving new (and old) learning (self-quizzing).2. Spacing [...]


    4. I am an audiobooks junkie and often soon after I finish a book, I go to the computer to write a review, but my mind feels completely void—it seems like I completely forget all I just heard, even the fascinating tidbits. All I feel left with is an impression concerning whether I liked the book or not. Since there is this mental blockage, most of the time I just don't write much of a review and consider those things I wanted to share, lost. Most of my life it has seemed the majority of what was [...]


    5. From the perspective of a professor with a good 20 years of experience, this book is a gem. The authors use research to demonstrate how students learn best and how teachers can structure courses to facilitate student learning. While I've read many books on teaching, few are as helpful as this one.For example, frequent recall of recent information cements learning. Teachers can help by providing frequent low stakes quizzes that require students to utilize Bloom's taxonomy. The authors provide bas [...]


    6. يتحدث الكتاب عن طرق الدراسة والتعلم التي تضمن الاحتفاظ على المعلومات وفهمها بأفضل شكل ممكنالكتاب مبني علي الأبحاث والدراسات وأبحاث الدماغ، وليس ككتب الذاكرة والدراسة التجاريةالكتاب قمة في الروع، ويحوي معلومات صادمة عن طرق الدراسة. فالكثير من طرق الدراسة التي كنا نقوم بها [...]


    7. What's the first thing you (and everyone else) does when you're trying to learn a subject or text? Odds are good you read, highlight sections and then re-read the text. We all do that because it feels like we're learning. If this is you, than according to researchers who split test different learning strategies and compare results, you're wasting your precious time and energy and there's a much more effective way to learn. It's more difficult, but it's way more effective and takes way less time. [...]


    8. This is my new favorite book on learning. The writing is approachable rather than academic, and the content is completely research-based. If you want to learn how to be a better learner, or to help others learn how to be better learners, this is a must-read. A cognitive psychologist friend introduced me to it by gleefully saying, "I have been replaced by a book." Indeed. This is the best book on the science of learning I have ever encountered. I would give it 6 stars if I could.


    9. لا ينفرد الكتاب بمادته ولكنه يحتوي على مراجعة جيدة لآخر الأبحاث في مجال التعلم والذاكرة. مفيد جداً للطلاب للتعرف على الأساليب الأفضل في التعلم والتي تسندها الأبحاث والتعامل مع الصعوبات وكيف أن بعض طرقنا المعتادة في التعلم مثل إعادة القراءة والتلخيص هي طرق توهم بالتعلم أكثر [...]


    10. "Make it Stick" é um livro de divulgação científica que procura dar a corpo a um conjunto de teorias desenvolvidas por dois professores de psicologia (Henry L. Roediger e Mark A McDaniel) que ao longo de várias décadas estudaram o modo como criamos memórias. O terceiro autor (Peter C. Brown) é especialista em storytelling, e contribuiu aqui especificamente para o desenho da apresentação dos resultados desse estudo. A ideia central de toda a teorização que percorre todo o discurso apr [...]


    11. 370.1523 BROCD 370.1523 BROSimilar book "How We Learn: The Surprising Truth About When, Where, and Why It Happens" which focus on history instead of giving practice tipsIdeas I learn most useful:1. Learn more by testing than re-reading; re-reading create illusion of mastery.2. Spacing and interleaving are more useful than sequential learning and mass practices.3. Growth mindset is extremely important not only in learning, but in everything. Setback and mistakes are only ways to success. Do not a [...]


    12. A really interesting book making the case for non-traditional and often counter-intuitive learning techniques such as continuous testing vs. repetition, spacing and interleaving tasks requiring different efforts rather than sequential practice (i.e. complete mastery before moving onto the next level). The book promotes the concept that easier is not better in learning (i.e. effortful recall produces long lasting results) and analyses the evidence for the scientifically unproven but heavily marke [...]


    13. In 'Make it Stick', the authors explain how to study, how to learn things for long-term retention, and how to tweak the school experience to encourage retention. The authors strive to make examples practical and applicable. Spaced-repetition software is never mentioned in the book -- in fact technology really isn't the focus -- but it's possible to read it as a love letter to Anki. (This would have been five stars but for it being slightly too long.)Some key things I learnt:- testing recall help [...]


    14. make it stick قرات الكتاب وانا غير متاكد مما ساجده فيه , بعد ان رايته بالصدفة الكتاب يتحدث عن التعلم و كيف يعمل العقل و علم النفس التعليمي ويتناول مواضيع اخرى متفرقة لكن ذات صلة المهم انني دهشت عند قراتي له ولم اكن اتوقع هذا الكم من المعلومات المفيدة و المدعمة بدراسات وبحوث تثبت صحت [...]


    15. I've read some great books on learning and skill development this year. I've been looking for a book on the subject of learning with a special emphasis on memory and long term retention and this book fit the bill. I read it after reading the Talent Code, which focuses on developing fine motor skills and I've also recently read Outliers which argues that mastery comes from long hours (about 10,000) of focused practice.In Make it Stick, Brown and others argue that most of the study habits of Ameri [...]


    16. A very interesting subject that is covered thoroughly in this book. Unfortunately, I don't think the authors had enough novel ideas to fill 200 pages. This resulted initially in a lot of repeated information (sometimes almost verbatim), and later in the book losing focus and wandering all over the place. The two paragraph conclusion read like it had been written by a high schooler who suddenly realized she had met the word count requirement. Make it Stick would make an awesome TED Talk or a 3 pa [...]


    17. كتاب جميل ومهم، وعرضه سلس وشيق.يعرض لأهم تلك التقنيات التعلمية التي تزيد من فعاليات التعلم وجعله بإذن الله أكثر رسوخا وإتقانا ونفعا. قدر الله أن أقرأ هذا الكتاب بعد كتاب how to learn والذي بدوره يكون أكثر فائدة حين يقرأ بعد هذا الكتاب، ﻷنه يعرض الدراسات والنقاش العلمي الدائر وراء [...]


    18. Öğrenmeye ve öğretmeye devam ettiğiniz sürece yanı başınızdan ayırmayacağınız ve okuduğunuza asla pişman olmayacağınız bir kitap. Kesinlikle tavsiye ederim.


    19. A superbly wonderful guide if you want to learn better in a more efficient manner. Mainly, it talks about how you need to slow down and digest the information, think and comprehend the material every so often, but most importantly, you need to quiz yourself in order to better remember the subject matter. Memory retrieval and interleaved learning is what will make you succeed, among other techniques.For example, a typical student would read the required text and pen highlight the important ideas. [...]


    20. Good!The first part is a gold mine of cognitive psychology wisdom, then it sort of tapers off toward the end (at least for me). The book covers what science has to tell us about learning in general and it is good. And it is owing to this book that I'm resuming my old practice of writing book reviews (retrieval & elaboration) to better retain what I read.Some concepts that will prove particularly useful in my own learning and teaching include: 1) Desirable difficulty: how the right amount of [...]


    21. This is an absolutely fantastic and essential book, and I would recommend it to anyone who considers themselves to be a lifelong learner or wants to become one. Like the title indicates, this is a book about the science of how we learn, what are the best strategies to learn effectively and what methods can we use to improve cognition/intelligence. In addition to that, this book provides up-to-date research on similar and related topics in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, specifically, mind [...]


    22. Wonderful book I picked up to listen to while making some long road trips. Wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did or get as much out of it as I did. I wish I'd found this book years ago while in college and law school. I plan on getting the print version to share with my teenage children who are all taking Advanced Placement course and/or getting ready to head off to college soon.


    23. After getting into habit or reading a lot, I realized that I forget a lot of the stuff I read especially the specifics. The same with a lot of lectures which I thought I loved. And, if you can't remember what you have learnt, how can you retrieve it and apply in real life? I started reading this book along with a MOOC by Barbara Oakley on Coursera to discover more about this problem. And it seems, this is a very common problem faced by many.What it also made me realize is how faulty the learning [...]


    24. I liked this book! Some great ideas and thoughts on learning, definitely helpful when thinking something new or trying to teach students.


    25. Někdo sepsal něco, co tak nějak podvědomě každý učitel ví. Prima."Dělání chyb a jejich náprava - to je cesta k pokročilému učení."


    26. Excerpts:Retrieval practice—recalling facts or concepts or events from memory—is a more effective learning strategy than review by rereading. Flashcards are a simple example. Retrieval strengthens the memory and interrupts forgetting. A single, simple quiz after reading a text or hearing a lecture produces better learning and remembering than rereading the text or reviewing lecture notes. While the brain is not a muscle that gets stronger with exercise, the neural pathways that make up a bod [...]


    27. This book is about how we (don't) learn. The authors are academics, and they back up their often counter-intuitive assertions with empirical data. A few of their insights stuck out as particularly important:(1) Test yourself. Our metacognitive skills aren't great: often, when we think we're learning, we're not; and when we think we're struggling, not picking anything up, we're in fact developing durable understanding. This disconnect causes us to favor study strategies that fail to produce resul [...]


    28. Being a student back in my days, we had no idea about how the learning works! Teachers were just dividing us into brilliant or stupid groups and no extra effort to help paediatrics with learning difficulties. Lots of concepts introduced by this book were new to me, but presenting anecdotes on successful applications were so intriguing and useful. Successful learning is a critical concept these days. It's not just for pupils, but companies or marketing people can benefit these ideas the same. Thi [...]


    29. Leitura extremamente agradável, com muita coisa interessante e útil, o autor explana sobre princípios de aprendizagem embasados cientificamente de maneira simples e didática, alternando entre exemplos dos princípios na prática e como foi a metodologia para chegar em tal conclusão. Alguns pontos que eu achei interessante (na verdade tenho mais de 60 anotações no kobo, mas estas são as mais "essenciais" ):- O aprendizado é mais profundo e durável quando é adquirido com esforço;- Tent [...]


    30. Fabulous book. The research that has gone into bringing out the principles and truths found in this book is commendable and gives much weight to their arguments. What they propose flies in the face of much of what goes around in public education today (student-centered learning). What they say helps make knowledge stick isn't a special recipe we haven't seen before. It's just unfortunate that we desperately need to hear it since the borage of unsupported messages from others has led many to drif [...]


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