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|Institution||University of California, San Diego|
|Instructors||Becca Judd, Dr. Barbara Oakley,|
|Length||about 3 hours of video, 3 hours of exercises, 3 hours of bonus material|
|Price||Free (with limitations) or $49 for a Verified Certificate|
5 based on 4 reviews
|More Info||Learning How to Learn @ Coursera|
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Many thanks to the instructors and UC San Diego for providing this course.
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Fantastic course by Dr. Barbara Oakley and Dr…
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I was so impressed that I bought Barabara's book "A Mind for Numbers".
...so far i have not read mind for numbers.
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It was an eye opener for me.
Also, the wrong answers in quizzes tended to be not tricky enough, i.e…
Thank you for this opportunityReally enjoyed taking this class, it was such an eye opener!
For me was an eye opener and an inspiration.
Exercise being so important for learning was an eye opener.
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so helpful.excelente, aprendí muchas cosas que me ayudarán a aprender mejorGreat course!
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LAMkoLAM recommends this course:
Easily the best bang for my time. Very succinct, but deeply packed morsels of brain food. I wish there were more of these informative short MOOCs for every subject!
Sonar7 recommends this course:
Biology major with a focus on neuroscience checking in. Sometimes I get so buried in my textbooks, lab, and research, I forget how to apply what I'm learning about my brain to my own brain! Phew. I know, inception. This course was relatively easy for me. I imagine it will be for most people. Still, I'm amazed at how much I've actually learned. There are so many awesome "hacks" I could use to make the most of my study time. I also find I've gotten better at explaining concept topics in neuroscience by imitating how the instructors explain things to my non-bio peers. If my uni offered something like this it'd be called "Introduction to Applied Neuroscience".
dgms92 recommends this course:
I wish I found out about this class sooner because I think it could have helped me in high school and uni. Still, I have a few exams coming up for work. Hopefully I can apply Dr. Oakley and Dr. Terrence's teachings to them.
eliza recommends this course:
This course made me aware that I was using a lot of learning techniques already, so it was cool to see why they work. The subject matter is really interesting!
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