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Study Tip: How to use the Feynman Technique

Study Tip: How to use the Feynman Technique

(5:44) A must watch for students. Richard Feynman was not only a great physicist, he was also a great explainer. Now it's your turn.

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Guest: howboutthat? (354 days ago)
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A nice learning tool- but not quite complete. To successfully translate or relocate knowledge from the physicist to the student requires translating the entire relevant system. This includes the needed math background to see the idea’s actual structure and the very precisely defined language needed to know what's actually being explained. Otherwise only vague, superficial knowledge is gained. Shortcuts only get you so far.

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A nice learning tool- but not quite complete. To successfully translate or relocate knowledge from the physicist to the student requires translating the entire relevant system. This includes the needed math background to see the idea’s actual structure and the very precisely defined language needed to know what's actually being explained. Otherwise only vague, superficial knowledge is gained. Shortcuts only get you so far.

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