How to Use A Key Learning Technique to Make Speeches Better

The “spacing effect,” first discovered by psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus in the late 1800s, shows that we learn new material best by taking breaks, to allow the brain to consolidate what it has learned, rather than trying to cram too much in all at once. And yet teachers still try to pack a lot into their lectures, and students still try to study for the test the night before. And…

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Nick Morgan

Nick Morgan

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communications coach, author and speaker; fascinated by all things creative