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MetaLearn TV

Master your learning, one episode at a time.

MetaLearning
7/14/2017

1 Minute MetaLearner: Elaboration

Elaboration is creating mental hooks by linking new information to memorable ideas and experiences – the more emotional, bizarre and funny the better! In this video I explain the concept in 60 seconds and offer 3 practical strategies to apply it to your learning.

MetaLearning
7/7/2017

1 Minute MetaLearner: Spaced Repetition

Spaced repetition is studying something more than once and leaving longer and longer gaps between sessions. In this video I explain the concept in 60 seconds and offer 3 practical strategies to apply it to your learning.

MetaLearning
7/12/2017

How To Boost Your Creativity... Without Even Trying

Understanding how we think gives us a clearer picture of what generates creative insights. In this post I explore scientific research and anecdotal evidence on the focused and diffuse modes of thinking and show you how to switch between them to boost your creativity.

Productivity
7/5/2017

Knowing your Chronotype: Are you a Lark, or an Owl?

Everyone has a best time of day and there’s even a whole field of psychology – chronopsychology – that’s devoted to researching the patterns of time and energy for different people. In this video, you'll learn how to identify your chronotype and structure your day to optimise your performance at work or school.

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Decision-Making PodcastsML74: Julian Baggini on Thinking About Thinking, The Point of School and How To Make Rational Decisions

Discover how to become more aware of your own thinking, develop your reasoning and critical thinking skills and make better decisions in the different areas of life.

MetaLearningPodcastsML73: How To Use Collaboration in Learning

Discover the benefits of collaboration in learning and how to use it effectively, the difference between dialogue and discussion and how to use them and how to find a balance between competition and effective teamwork within groups.

MetaLearningPodcastsML72: Ulrich Boser on The Science of Learning, MetaLearning Basketball and How To Become an Expert in Anything

Discover the key principles of learning science, how to metalearn physical skills like basketball, and the mechanics of acquiring expertise in any skill.

MetaLearningPodcastsML71: How To Use Competition in Learning

Discover the benefits of competition in learning and how to use it constructively, how competition can harm learning if it’s not kept in check and how to compete with yourself to make progress in the long run.

PodcastsText LinkML70: Mads Holmen on Living and Learning in the Attention Economy, Dealing with Fake News and Understanding AI and Machine Learning

Discover the systems driving the attention economy and how to live and learn in a world full of distractions, the structural problems that drive fake news and how to spot and deal with this online. Plus learn the fundamentals of AI and Machine Learning, explained in a clear and simple way that a 5 year old could understand.

PodcastsText LinkML69: How to Overcome Perfectionism in Learning

Discover why perfectionism hurts learning and the rare exception where it helps, the difference between having high general expectations and low specific expectations and simple strategies to overcome perfectionism and keep making progress.

PodcastsText LinkML68: Kevin Kelly on The Nature of Technology, Building Learning Superpowers, and The Inevitable Forces Shaping The Future of Education

Discover the technological forces shaping the future of learning and education, including AR, VR and AI, as well as the best ways to build the learning superpowers needed to thrive n the 21st century. Plus you'll find out the insights that one of the world's leading technologists has gained from a lifetime of learning.

PodcastsText LinkML67: The Battle Between Productivity and Creativity

In Western society, many of us have now accepted the belief that productivity and efficiency are the foundations for success, but this can greatly harm our creativity. Discover the tools and techniques needed to find a balance between productivity and creativity, and avoid getting stuck in fixed routines that prevent you from fulfilling your creative potential.

PodcastsText LinkML66: Nelson Dellis on Mastering Your Memory, The Art of Mountain Climbing and How To Train Your Mind

Learn the tools and techniques needed to memorise huge quantities of information from names and faces to decks of cards, as well as the importance of regular mental training for sustained mental health. Plus we also discuss the physical and mental skills needed to climb some of the world's biggest mountains.

PodcastsText LinkML65: What’s The Point of School?

"What's the point of school?" is a question that’s been asked for hundreds of years. Discover what some of history’s greatest thinkers have contributed to the debate along with the effects that the educational system has on us.

PodcastsText LinkML64: Will Reynolds on Learning Your Living, Mastering MetaSkills and Becoming an Autodidact

Learn how to go from novice to getting paid for new skills like videography and writing, the importance of cultivating transferable MetaSkills and the lessons we can learn from autodidacts like Eminem and Frank Zappa.

PodcastsText LinkML63: How To Learn Better With Technology

Technology is changing the way we learn. Despite its many benefits, I think we all need to think more critically about how we interact with digital technology on a daily basis, because the secret to learning well with it is not related to which devices we use, but to how we use them.

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