Learning to learn (to program)

Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London

We all learn naturally but some ways of learning are more effective than others. Whether it is a skill or knowledge you want to learn there are good ways and bad ways. This blog series is about how to learn effectively.

Programming is a skill based on knowledge. Everyone in the digital age needs to learn at least a little of how to program. (If you want to you can learn a lot.) We will therefore use it as a source of examples, but the tips here are also about learning in general.

Learn to learn and you can be more effective at anything you put your mind to.

If you are a:

  • student: learn more effectively
  • teacher: help ensure you get the best of your students

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