Got a big load of info to memorise? Here’s a good method.
When you’re learning information in which one piece follows from the next, it’s important to learn how they link.
The learning wheel is a technique for learning information in a sequence. It was devised by psychologist David Lewis, based on ideas by Gordon Pask. Pask was a British cybernetician and psychologist who worked on the idea that intelligence results from conversations and interactions, rather than something which only goes on inside our individual minds. It makes use of a number of core memory techniques, based around the idea of getting you to interact with information in order to learn it well: breaking information down into chunks, getting you ...