Welcome to this Tuesday's 2 x 2 Newsletter!
This week's letter touches on one of the most common mistakes in learning that can massively hinder progress and growth: working on the wrong problem. Identifying and working on the right problem may be one of simplest yet most effective interventions for catalyzing new learning.
Robert Bjork coined the term "desirable difficulty" to refer to learning that was more difficult, but also more enduring. Seeking out desirable difficulties is usually a good sign that you are making headway in a skill or subject area.
2 Quotes on Direct Learning:
2 Thoughts From Me:
This week's article presents Sal Khan's formula for creativity and mastery learning.
Until next week,