Speed learning: can we train our brain to learn more, faster?


Learning new subjects and skills can often seem daunting as we struggle to understand and retain new information. Speed learning methods promise a shortcut to success by using a variety of techniques to help us absorb and remember vast amounts of new data quickly and effectively.

So what are the secrets to accelerating the learning process? How can you train your brain to store and retrieve information more quickly?

In this edition of Learning World we have three stories that explore these questions in depth.

Tricks from an education expert
Michael Tipper is an expert on how the brain works. He says the key to remembering new information lies in how it is presented. Throw out boring text books and replace them with pictures, colours, activities, and maps – things that stand out and grab your brain’s attention.

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