Here's a link to my "Scoop" of favorite education links I've been gathering for the last few months. Hopefully some of them are useful, or stimulate some different thinking.
What if our current definition of time was wrong?? I believe it is. So do many other physicists.
Read this article for more thought provoking ideas... http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books-and-media/book-reviews/the-more-time-passes-the-less-we-know-about-time/article11573986/
It's always been a struggle for me to focus while reading, and to retain and be able to recall what I read.
I know that teaching or explaining is the best way to learn and remember, so I need to do that with myself after my reading.
This post really helped me, but I need to put it into practice!!
1. Read with a purpose.
2. Skim first.
3. Get the reading mechanics right.
4. Be judicious in highlighting and note taking.
5. Think in pictures.
6. Rehearse as you go along.
7. Stay within your attention span and work to increase that span.
8. Rehearse again soon.
I also read on another page that mind mapping key points and ideas can be helpful, so I will try that too.