Dealing with demotivation
The Autodidactic Podcast
by Rick Dearman
1y ago
Today we'll explore the methods to deal with demotivation ..read more
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Management of my time
The Autodidactic Podcast
by Rick Dearman
1y ago
Giving an update on how I have changed my study schedule because of the impact created by a new job. Looking at time management for help ..read more
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Creation of quizzes and exams to test yourself.
The Autodidactic Podcast
by Rick Dearman
1y ago
Today we'll investigate how you can create quizzes and tests for yourself as an autodidactic learner ..read more
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Textbook study and markups
The Autodidactic Podcast
by Rick Dearman
1y ago
Using textbook markups in my destupidification project. I'll talk about how I plan to read, study, and review textbooks as well as creation of pop quizes for myself ..read more
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Getting resources, using mnemonics, and filling out a retrospective timetable for the destupidification challenge.
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by Rick Dearman
1y ago
Today I'll cover all the things I'm doing to get resources for learning at no cost, how I'll use mnemonic techniques and create a retrospective timetable for my study plans ..read more
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My Destupidification Project
The Autodidactic Podcast
by Rick Dearman
1y ago
In season three I'm going to explore using all the methods and techniques I've spoken about in seasons one and two. I'm going to be using myself as a guinea pig ..read more
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S2EP13: Me, Myself and I – The end of season podcast
The Autodidactic Podcast
by rickadmin
1y ago
Hello and welcome to the autodidactic podcast Season 2, Episode 13. This is the last episode in this season. I decided I would spend a little time telling you what I will be doing over the next few months with regards to my own self-study plans and what my plans are for this podcast. Hopefully you’ll be able to take something from my plans in order to use for yourself and you’re own autodidactic study. I’m currently focusing on five main areas for self-study. Learning new programming languages Learning natural languages Learning maths Learning electronics Lock picking The two programming lan ..read more
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S2EP12: Some general tips for self-study
The Autodidactic Podcast
by rickadmin
1y ago
Welcome to the Auto Didactic Podcast, Season two, Episode 12. This week, I want to discuss some learning processes that I use. That might be helpful for you as you become self taught. One of the main issues that you may find yourself running into is motivation. So you start off quite well and you’re charging along learning whatever it is you wanted to learn and then you dip, you run into an intermediate learning stage where you’re not really learning much more and the subject doesn’t excite you as much as it did initially. And you basically run into the problem that you just aren’t motivated t ..read more
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S2EP11: The life and times of the hermit mathematician
The Autodidactic Podcast
by rickadmin
1y ago
Hello and welcome to the Autodidactic podcast, season 2 episode 11. Before we begin I would like to do a little self-promotion and tell you about my other activities online. I have a YouTube Channel and I’ll put the link in the show notes, as well as a number of books both fiction and non-fiction. I’ll also put the links to some of these in the show notes. So if you want to see the links, or the transcript of these podcasts you can find them all at https://autodidactic.info/ Let’s get on with the show. This week I’m going to be talking about a not so famous mathematician. A person very few peo ..read more
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S2EP10: Autodidactics of the past – George Boole
The Autodidactic Podcast
by rickadmin
1y ago
Hello and welcome to the Autodidactic podcast, season 2 episode 10. I wasn’t able to publish a podcast last week due to some time constraints. Hopefully this episode will have been worth the wait. This week I’m going to be talking about a famous mathematician who was vital in the creation of the digital age. I’m going to be talking about George Boole, an English mathematician who helped establish modern symbolic logic and whose algebra of logic, now called Boolean algebra, is basic to the design of digital computer circuits. George Boole approached logic in a new way reducing it to a simple al ..read more
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