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Use learning strategies – learning to learn

The empirical psychology of learning is one of denneusten research areas of applied psychology, although the resulting offer skills and techniques for the subject of enormous benefit. As far as possible every day we are confronted with in our life testing situations – whether in education, in the study at the university as well as in everyday work. This article will be presented as such, making it possible to prepare themselves rather better testing requirements on a variety of situations for this reason new achievements to the process of learning and the appropriation:
One of the most significant factors in the effective teaching is the planning and the structure of the learning process itself. These same knowledge is not new, is in contrast to the part of most people always undervalued still strong, which is also the reason why, here again specifically to address the organization and structuring of the learning process. 
 A properly performed learning process should be certain important points included. Very relevant here is to constantly reflect on whether one is still on schedule or in the future still more to learn for the exam. When creating a learning plan should break down each of the test content to the internal relations. Largely each learning topic can be divided into different levels of string, based on other topics or selfsame presume to understand the real issue. Once you have set up in such a hierarchy of learning content, it is then a matter of learning the specific content most effectively. 
 This might give you a variety of effective techniques utilized. In so-called factual knowledge, what we often learn by heart, for example, there Memotechniken through which you can quickly and effectively memorize content. Probably the best known technique is the memo loci – Method and will be discussed below: 
 There is empirical evidence that the new knowledge can retain significant impact if it connects with this already long known knowledge. Precisely this factor makes the method of places to Use: 
 This one connects to the new learning with knowledge of facts or sequence of a sequence that has already been long known and to which one can remember quickly without thinking much. Assuming for example that you have to memorize for a test, all American presidents. Here you take an order that has long been known – for example, the spatial list of things in a particular room – and connects with each subject in each case a President of the United States. This one does either one memorable occasion or to mark each item with the corresponding name. If you then repeated selfsame order in combination with the respective name several times, one can therefore always directly call any American president in the appropriate order – try it.




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