CHAPTER 3 The Goals That Keep You Moving Forward 第四讲(40min)

CHAPTER 3 The Goals That Keep You Moving Forward 第四讲(40min)

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  1. 我们都知道,只有通过快乐的旅程,我们更容易拥有一个美好的结尾。那怎样才能快乐地享受旅程呢?

​ 答案,就是我们要追求 to be better 的目标。

​ 原因如下:

​ 1)追求to be better 的孩纸更容易参与和沉浸于他们学知识的旅程。

​ 2)他们更主动地去学习,也因此总能发现问题,并找到问题的答案来满足他们的好奇心。

​ 也正因为以上两个原因,他们学习的过程会更快乐,而学习的结果也会更好。

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Many of my students seem so focused on memorizing the material they need to remember for my exams that they barely stop to think about what they are actually learning.

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show that students who find the material interesting are more likely to generate their own questions and seek the answers to satisfy their curiosity.6 They use “deeper” processing strategies, like looking for themes, connections, and underlying principles in the material they are learning, instead of the more “surface” processing strategies like rote memorization and cramming so favored by be-gooders.

如果你觉得学习无趣,那一定是你学习的方法出了问题。

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Having a Good Time

you need to love not just the result, but the “process”—the means as well as the end.

how exactly you go about doing that.

1) no be-good, performance goals

Be-good goals are all about the outcome, and so that’s what holds all of our attention.

@it just doesn’t come naturally to focus on what is interesting and enjoyable about what we’re doing when we’re in goal-pursuit mode. Many of my students seem so focused on memorizing the material they need to remember for my exams that they barely stop to think about what they are actually learning. And that’s because they, like many of us, are trying to achieve be-good, performance goals.

2)yes , Get-better goals

Get-better goals, on the other hand, are all about the journey.

@In dozens of studies, psychologists have found that when people pursue get-better goals, they find greater interest and enjoyment in what they do. They have a heightened attention to the process, experience a greater sense of involvement and immersion, and personally value what they are learning more.

@interested students are also more likely to be active, rather than passive, participants in their own learning. Studies show that students who find the material interesting are more likely to generate their own questions and seek the answers to satisfy their curiosity.6 They use “deeper” processing strategies, like looking for themes, connections, and underlying principles in the material they are learning, instead of the more “surface” processing strategies like rote memorization and cramming so favored by be-gooders. They are less likely to procrastinate.7 And all that active learning and question asking and not procrastinating leads, not surprisingly, to higher achievement.

3)conclusion: If you choose get-better goals, you have greater success because you enjoy the process of getting better.

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  1. 主动的参与 + 沉浸 会让你的学习更有效率。
  2. 听到第十一课19min,接着往后学习。

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