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Manmohan Gupta, passionate about teaching and coding. Doing from 23 years.
If you want to learn something, then I propose following points:
1、if you get a chance to learn in classroom, it helps as interaction is possible. If not classroom, videos are good. If videos are also not available, then text book which explain concepts in easy manner would be of great help.
2、If you are beginner, don''t try to learn from blogs/articles. Instead initial learning should come from a book. Once you have gone through a book, you can enchance your learning through articles, papers and blogs.
3、Learn like a student/novoice as if you know nothing. If you keep applying your thought process, then you miss out on subtle points. That is why there is a famous saying “De-learn yourself before you start to learn”
There used to be a time when educational resources were limited to the boundaries of a library or university. However, the internet has changed all of that, and nowadays, it is easy to find tutorials and helpful videos related to almost any niche or topic. In this blog, we shall take a look at some of the most popular learning resources and websites.
The online resources listed below offer lots of education for just that.
Explore each one carefully and dig for those bits of gold. They’re there, and the best part is they’re free.
University of the People
University of the People is a non-profit, tuition-free online university that offers higher education in multiple course streams, such as arts, commerce, science, and technology. If you have a flair for learning and wish to get higher education but cannot afford the costly colleges and universities, University of the People can help you out. There is no tuition fee, though if possible, you are encouraged to pay $100 examination fee at the end of the academic tenure
University of the People 是一所非营利性、免费的网络大学，提供多种课程的高等教育，如艺术、商业、科学和技术等。如果你有学习的天赋，希望得到更高的教育，但负担不起昂贵的学院和大学费用的话，这个可以帮助你。不需要学费，但如果可能的话，我们鼓励你在学期结束时支付100美元的考试费
TED is your resource for cutting-edge discussions and talks on relevant matters. Covering a spectrum of topics that range from global issues, technology, and design to entertainment, business, and science, TED features great videos that show some of the leading names in the world share their expertise. No matter what your preferred topic is, rest assured, TED will have something educational and fruitful for you.
Khan Academy is hands down the one to beat for online learning. They continue to grow from their humble beginnings. They remain synonymous with most people’s notion of what ideal online learning resources should be. There are currently over 40 million people learning on Khan Academy. That is an amazing fact, isn’t it?
GCF Learn Free
GCF Learn Free is part of the Goodwill Community Foundation. It offers free courses in core subjects, along with technology. There are more than 1,000 lessons from their courses available, and they are of good quality.
GCF Learn Free designs their courses using practical data. They keep an eye on trends in technology, workplace skills, and get input from learners through social media, support tickets, and exit surveys. In this way, they offer the best and most practical courses possible.
GCF Learn Free是社区基金会的一部分。它提供核心学科的免费课程以及技术。他们的课程有1000多堂课，而且质量很好。
Darwin Santos, Learned Brazilian Portuguese, Drawing, Web Design and PHP on my own
Answered Jan 2, 2019
Originally Answered: How do I learn well?
Learning well, is a basic combination of information , repetition and experience.
In order for you to learn well you need to bind what you learn with what you do so your brain can turn it into useful information or a skill.
One of the best techniques is to use what you learn as soon as you learn, the repeat the process over a continuous length of time.
If you learn how to add, in order for it to stick, you need to add at least once a day. Bear in mind that a healthy learning process is not about quantity of the exercise itself but rather the continuity over time. It’s not 4 hours 2 days a week, it’s 5 to 10 minutes a day. Small continuous exercises are far more effective and long spread apart learning sessions.
There are other factors like the raw talent of the person
Janko Acimovic, Senior-Programmer (2016-present)
It’s best to find resources that satisfy your curiosity no matter how basic they are. For example, if you need 5 books about basic programming, get 5 books then. If you need just 1 piece of paper, find that piece of paper.
I would suggest that you investigate if books (or any other sources) are good and if they have content that you need. I know that I have issue that when I want to know something, I have rather specific problem and sometimes I don’t find it in one place.
It also helps if you question the sources too. Don’t accept everything they say as the only truth.
Al Klein, 46 years of hardware and software development - retired
Originally Answered: Which are the best ways to learn?
That depends on the person learning, and the subject being learned. Some learn better by having it explained. Some learn better by seeing examples. Some learn better one way for some things, and better the other way for other things.
Abhinav Phutela, Trainee Hadoop Administrator at Hashmap (2018-present)
Learning is more easier when you get to implement whatever you read. So easiest way to learn anything is by thinking of the examples where you can apply the exact same thing. It will give you clarity and better understanding.
Moreover, you have heard it may be:
1. Learn from your past.
2. Learn from your mistakes.
3. Learn from your failures.
Why is it so? Because in all the above scenarios you have lived that moment and you have faced them so you can basically learn from them.