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Peter C. Brown , Henry L. Roediger , Mark A. Mcdaniel

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Never Too Late, Is It? 13 mai 2014
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There are those situations in your life when you think, “Dang, if only I would have known that earlier, I could have…….” That thought crossed my mind a couple times when reading Make it Stick, because I certainly could have profited handsomely from knowing how to study, how to acquire knowledge, how to learn more effectively and more efficiently. The book lays out in very readable and convincing fashion the surprising conclusions of much research into different methods of studying and teaching, and describes a number of real world success stories in classrooms, hospital teaching programs, corporate training, and elite athletic programs.
The big surprise for me is that some of the most widely used study techniques, certainly including several of my old standbys, are also the least effective. It turns out that knowing how best to learn is not necessarily intuitive, and worse, some of the seemingly most intuitive learning regimens are not really very effective at all, comparatively speaking. I wonder at how much better I could have used my time in college (more parties!) and in the 40 years of my working life during which I was constantly required to learn and teach in order to stay abreast of my field. The good news is that I think I can still make very good use of the information as a quite older student still taking college classes, and the better news is that I can pass the book on to my sons for themselves and for my granddaughter, and we can make something of a family project of learning and practicing better ways to learn. Wouldn’t it be lovely to be able to have a profound impact on my granddaughter’s ability to effectively acquire knowledge? Putting this book to work is going to be very interesting, and I think very rewarding too - not without some effort, but as you will read, therein lies the magic.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pure gold 5 avril 2014
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I have been teaching college students for 40 years. Make It Stick is based on the best research and written in a way that is both accessible and challenging. Their definition of learning as the ability to "... make sense of future problems and opportunities." (p. 2) focuses the book on the real value of education. This book should be required reading for college teachers and college students. It should be the centerpiece of faculty development programs.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best book on learning that I've ever read 24 avril 2014
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I read about 3-4 books a month and I have rarely, if ever, posted a review for any of them. I am compelled to post one about this book. If you teach, you have to read it. If you are a learner, you have to read it. As an educator, I will admit that most of what the authors purport, I have come to know and do on my own through years of thoughtful, deliberate practice and reflection. If only I had this book earlier in my life, that time could have been spent differently. It is, however, so validating to have credible research behind what I thought were simply my ideas. I recommend this book highly! I intend to have everyone I work with read it. You should too!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It's about time! Thank you! 4 avril 2014
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What a great book! In an age of the constant roar of peddlers of fluff and pseudoscience about how students learn, it's about time for an evidence-based book that addresses the tested principles and strategies that promote lifelong learning. Every student and teacher should read this book. There is no true alternative to this book and your educational success depends on it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you want your kids to be successful learners, read this book. Ditto, for people who want to learn. 17 avril 2014
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Who should read this book? All homeschoolers, all students, all teachers of any grade through college, all parents, and anyone who does continuing ed. Why? Because research has clearly shown that how we learn, move knowledge to long-term memory, requires simple effective practices that are not commonly used in education. Drs. Roediger and McDaniel explain current research on learning, much of which they authored, and how we can use cutting-edge research to learn more efficiently, boost retention, competence, grades, and test scores. Homeschoolers, in particular, will embrace this book quickly. Many of them have students with ADD or learning difficulties and this book will maximize their goal of long-term learning. The methods listed here can totally change lives and futures for the better. There is a site for virtual flashcards and learning games that would work well with these methods.
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