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如何在不记忆的情况下学习

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  Rote memorization is an inefficient way to learn. Just retaining a single formula can mean pounding the same information into your skull dozens of times. If your computer hard drive had this accuracy, you’d probably throw it out.

  在学习上,死记硬背是一种低效的方法。它仅仅用一种方式不断地在你的头颅里面“砰砰”地重击,将同一种知识重复上几十次。如果让你的硬盘拥有这样的精度,我看你应该会将这个硬盘扔掉。

  Unfortunately, you’re stuck with your brain. The good news is that you don’t need to learn by memorization. The vast majority of information is better stored in your head using a completely different system - learning through connecting ideas together.

  不幸的是,你不得不拥有这样的脑袋。有一个好消息,就是你不是必须要通过记忆来学习。在你的头脑里面使用一个不同的系统来储存绝大多数知识会比较好——将所有的知识连结起来,通过这种方式来学习。

  A few years ago, I noticed that smart people seemed to learn differently than most other people. While most people would review the same information dozens of times, smart people only needed to review once or twice. While most people would apply ideas to problems in the ways that they had been taught, smart people used the ideas in many different contexts.

  几年之前,我注意到,聪明的人在学习上看起来与绝大多数人不一样。当多数人将同一种知识反复回顾了几十次的时候,聪明的人仅仅需要回顾一次或两次就足矣。当大多数人以他们被教导的方式来应用他们学到的知识的时候,聪明的人已经在很多不同的场景下使用这些知识了。

  While there are undoubtedly some genetic advantages that allow some people to learn effortlessly, I think part of this difference in success comes down to strategy. While most people were trying to memorize, smart people were coming up with creative connections between ideas. These connections made the ideas easier to remember, so less memorizing was required. Additionally, the new connections made the ideas easier to understand, so learning itself was faster.

  虽然毫无疑问在遗传学上的一些优势,一些人确实是可以轻松如意的学习,但我认为这应该归功于学习策略。当大多数人努力的去记忆的时候,聪明的人创新的在知识之间建立起联系。这些联系让知识变得容易记忆,所以不需要太多的记忆活动。另外,新的联系另知识更容易理解,所以学起来也更快。

  Is Your Brain a File Drawer or a Web of Ideas?

  你的头脑,是一个文件柜,还是一个知识脉络?

  A computer stores information as thousands of electrical 1s and 0s in a linear fashion. Your brain doesn’t. Your brain is made up of billions of neurons connected together. Many people try to learn as if there brain were a computer: by memorizing the information in a sequence.

  电脑以连续的成千上万个用电子表示的1或0的方式来储存知识。你的头脑并不这样。你的头脑由数十亿个神经元连结而成。很多人试图学习——好像把大脑当作电脑那样:以一种有序的方式来记忆知识。

  However, your brain isn’t a sequence of bits and bytes, so this approach doesn’t make sense. It makes more sense to learn the same way your brain is designed, by connecting ideas together into a web, rather than trying to store them with rote memorization.

  可是,你的头脑并不有一序列的比特与字节组成,所以这种将大脑当作电脑的学习方式是行不通的。使用构建你大脑的那种方式——将所有知识连结成一个网络,会比用死记硬背将知识储存起来的方式,更行得通。

  Creative Learning

  创新型学习

  What I’d like to advocate in this article is a more creative, spontaneous form of learning than the style you were probably coached for in school. Instead of repeatedly scanning the same information for minimal benefit, invest your time learning in creating connections with the information you are learning. Not only is it a more natural way to learn, it isn’t painfully boring like most memorization tasks are.

  在这篇文章里面,我所倡导的学习方式大概是比学校里面的教导风格更具有创新性、自发性的方式。取代基本上毫无益处的反反复复的浏览同一种知识的方式,将你的时间投资到学习创建你正在学习的知识之间的联系。这不仅仅是一种更自然的方式,还因为它不像大多数的记忆任务那样痛苦无聊。

 

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