Structures, Details, names … what happens when I get to this screen again? What did i need to do here?
What are the four stages …? What did they say? What am I supposed to do?
When you’ve been shown something new or you’ve just been taught a new skill, these are questions that you will often ask yourself as you try to remember what comes next.
But why is it that some people remember things better, and how can we remember new information when we see and hear it.
In this installment of Instruction Uncut, I explore three methods and techniques of how to better accept and absorb information not only as the recipient but also as the teacher to help make sure that what you teach sinks in.