What makes the difference? Understanding how to learn enables the individual to participate in learning groups, use higher level cognitive skills, become more creative and share ideas. More importantly, learning is not strictly driven by a single teacher.
This type of learning changes the curriculum: students are no longer constrained by a curriculum that is dictated by one individual or group. They can learn to think on their own, choose what they need to learn, and keep learning for a lifetime as it relates to what their chosen field in life will be.
Pat Wyman is a college professor, accelerated learning trainer at medical schools on the How to Learn process, and the best-selling author of several books that relate to how to learn. She has written Learning vs Testing, Strategies that Bridge the Gap; Amazing Grades: 101 Best Ways to Improve Your Grades Faster; Spelling Made Easy: Learn Your Words in Half the Time and Math Facts Made Easy :Learn All Your Facts in Half the Time and is known as America’s Most Trusted Learning Expert. Wyman is an expert in the process of how to learn.
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