By reviewing what you’ve learned in a course or tutorial you’ll process the information more deeply, which helps with long-term retention.
Review What You've Learned
00:07 We have interactive quizzes that are a great way to check your learning progress. You’ll get a score at the end, and if you get a question wrong, we’re also pointing out to you—we’re giving you some hints—we’re pointing out why that answer was incorrect.
00:29 You can also bookmark stuff that you want to revisit. So, in each lesson, there’s a little bookmarks button that you can click to bookmark a particular part of a course. And of course, you can undo that as well.
00:54 If I go to Bookmarks here, I can find all of the lesson videos that I’ve bookmarked and I can quickly come back to them and review them. This is a great way to stay in touch with the things you’ve already learned or that you’re working through at the moment.
01:08 I would encourage you to use the bookmarks functionality to keep track of things you want to revisit and maybe you feel like you haven’t fully understood yet, or you found them extremely helpful and you want to go back to them and rewatch them, revisit them again in the future.
01:23 Another great hack for reviewing what you’ve learned is to teach others, to take the stuff that you’ve learned and then to teach others. So, I want to talk a little bit more and go a little bit more deeply into this because I think it is really, really powerful, so why don’t we move ahead to the next slide here?
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