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Why We Only Learn When We Repeat

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Published on Jul 13, 2017

Our education system is based on the idea that we can learn things once, and that they’ll then stay in our minds throughout our lives. That’s far too optimistic. Our brains are like sieves. If anything is going to remain in them, we need regular reminders of what really matters. Fascinatingly, religions always understood that. If you like our films, take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): https://goo.gl/xEAsc3
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“One of the most obvious but striking things about a modern education is that you go through it only once. You show up every day for a number of years, get filled up with knowledge and then, once you’re twenty-one or so, you stop – and begin the rest of your life…”

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