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Ollie's Learning Model by Mind Map: Ollie's Learning Model
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Ollie's Learning Model

Learning requires two main ingredients in order to be successful. The first ingredient is


which depends on the three elements of, Time Sensitivity, which can be dealt with by harnessing, The Power of Habit, or self imposing, Deadlines, Care Factor, which is split into, Care For, which can be addressed through, Changing Your Mind, by, Training Your Thoughts, and/or, Using Your Body, Care About, which can be addressed through, Goal Setting, Belief, which is split into, Belief that You Can Achieve, Pygmalion in the Classroom, Belief that Taking Action will Lead to Success, which is aided by ensuring you're employing, Good learning technique (expand the boxes that link to 'the second ingredient')

The second ingredient is

Good Learning Technique

which I remember with the acronym, S.A.(U).L.T, Survey, for which the most important point is, Ask Someone Who Knows, Acquire, which occurs in, Live Learning Environments, where it's important to learn how to, Take Good Notes, and, Personal Learning Projects, Understand, with the key tip, DON'T LIE TO YOURSELF!!!, which is hard if the concept is, Difficult, in which case you can use, The Pokemon Card Method, Analogies, which is closely related to, Link, also known as, Anchoring, where it's best to anchor by, Meaning, but when that isn't possible you can use, Mnemonics, such as, Acronyms, Method of Loci, The Link Method, Stories, Songs, and can be done explicitly through, Mindmaps, Train, Which is necessary in order to, Store Info in Long Term Memory, which in turn facilitates, Critical Thinking, The automatisation of actions, and knowledge transfer, And is done effectively by, Spacing your Repetition, as well as, Practicing with Correct Solutions, Batching, Shortening Feedback Loops, Timing Yourself, Practicing Multiple Times