As students, you spend a lot of time learning and growing in knowledge.
- What is something you have learned recently, at school or otherwise? (Accept all reasonable answers, from facts learned at school to a new skill, a bit of trivia, or general knowledge they hadn’t known before.)
- Do you enjoy learning, or do you think of it with a negative connotation? (Accept all reasonable answers. Eight hours a day of traditional learning is not always exciting for teens, but everyone has subjects—academic or not—that they know more about.)
In this video, a Stanford professor shares five “hacks” for learning anything.
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5 hacks to help you learn anything
- Did you learn anything from this video? (Accept any information from the video.)
- Is there any advice they left out or that you would add? (Accept all reasonable answers, such as how to apply this advice to learning a skill rather than information, or any reference to working with others or asking questions.)
As Christians, it is important to continually learn about our faith, and to learn from others. It is okay to ask questions, to be corrected, and to add to your understanding. There are even examples of this in the Bible.