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The Feynman Technique

It's a method that you can use the learn about anything.
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Zettelkasten,May 29, 2020 (updated at April 10, 2021)

Notes

  • It's a method that you can use the learn about anything.
  • It makes you reading in a metacognitive way.
  • It has 4 steps:
    1. Choose the subject you want to learn.
    2. Try to explain what you know to a 12 years old child.
    3. Identify gaps in your explanation. If you're struggling to explain clearly, go back to the material.
    4. Review and simplify.
  • You're understanding something, not only learning the names of something.

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