Learning Strategies
Learn How to be a Better Learner

This Learning Strategies section contains extremely useful information for educational and personal development. Everyone's learning potential is unlimited. Becoming a more effective learner is the key to beating dyslexia. If you know how to do this everything else is easy.

Teach yourself to be a better learner:

There is no limit to what a person can learn in a lifetime and everything we do in life we can learn to do better, which includes learning itself. This is really what everything on this website is all about. Click here for Teach Yourself to be a More Effective Learner.

How to improve concentration:

To concentrate on anything you need to be interested in it, obviously. However how do you make yourself concentrate on other things that are not so interesting like lectures or work meetings? You have to engage your brain with the topic at hand. Click here for How to Improve Concentration.

Tips for better concentration:

Here are a few more tips and strategies to help you improve your concentration. Click here for Top Tips for Paying Attention.

Learning Styles:

Different people learn in different ways. There are three main types of learning style visual, auditory and kinaesthetic. Understanding them can help you build awareness of how you personally like to digest information. Click here for Learning Styles.

Mind management:

Dyslexic people can sometimes be disorganised. However to get the most out of life it's important to be as efficient as possible. If you need help with organisation then click here for Mind Management. Once you get into the habit of using this technique you will soon find it easy to think in a logical and structured way.

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Some of the most academically successful people are those who learn how to be better learners. If you can do this the world is your oyster. All the learning strategies on this website are about getting more out of yourself. There is no limit to what a person can learn in a life time. A dyslexic person’s potential is just as great as anyone else's.

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