Formulating Knowledge MindMap – revised
I finished the revised Formulating Knowledge MindMap (based on the twenty rules to formulate knowledge). It summarizes the most important principles that all Spaced Repetition Q&A should include.
Print a copy and put it in your wall, until you know it trough, until you apply it unconsciously – second nature. I have a copy that way.
Another way to make a habit on using this principles is to include the 20 principles as items in you collection with the lowest forgetting index possible (add the mind map to every item for an easy reminder). Ask your self to make a new question while applying the principles — “minimum information principle” “clozes” etc — you want to all green principles, avoid all red, and choose when to use yellow ones
Don’t ask what is the principle xxx?. You need to procedurally learn them … Hmm, I’ll make a review on procedural learning on next posts.
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Formulating Knowledge MindMap by Germán Salízar Pareja is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 License.