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The Efficient Student

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In its first edition, this book immediately became one of the most popular International Bestsellers for Learning, having been ranked in First Place in the Education section of Amazon Brazil and during months among the 20 most sold books ever in all genres combines.

After numerous attempts from multiple entities to remove this book from market due to the impact it can cause in the educational system, the Author decided to edit the first version, by expanding it in knowledge and new chapters, thus contributing to a better explanation of this topic.

This book summarizes the most important methods for someone to be able to increase its concentration levels and persist in learning.

Taking into account issues raised by numerous students with learning difficulties, but also students who wanted to become more efficient, the author was able to synthesize his direct experience with such individuals in order to make them more capable. [...]

Learn more in Efficient Student.

  1. The Psychological Processing
  2. The Development of Intelligence
  3. The Degree of Difficulty
  4. The Active Study
  5. The Environment
  6. Emotions
  7. The Principles of Persistence

The Psychological Processing

 The lack of concentration is always associated to a mismatch in mental processing necessary to the performance of an activity.

 The mind works as a film of associated images and lack of concentration always arises from the inability to maintain this tendency.

 One of the reasons for this to happen is related to an inadequate or absent conceptualization of the elements necessary for a proper apprehension.

 In other words, the difficulty of concentration is a symptom of incomprehension, which is composed of a reduced understanding towards words, phrases and paradigms, as well as its purpose in the general context of significance to which they contribute.

 In the overall scheme of learning, and in any subject, there is always a ...

  • What? (Title or Theme);

  • For That? (Purpose or Application);

and a ...

  • Because? (Usefulness).

 Although we cannot forget the importance of pragmatism in the dynamics of teaching and learning, it is not by chance that the students with more difficulties in operations related to abstract thinking, such as those present in Mathematics and Philosophy, tend to be successful in activities with immediate feedback, where the rules and the purpose are implicit, as is the case of Sports and Videogames. [...]


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