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“If we remain humble and hungry, we can win.”


The Learning Retention Pyramid is a theoretical model that illustrates the various methods by which one can learn and each method’s respective expected percentage of retention. This concept illustrates how well you may be able to retain information based on the various methods that you can use to learn (i.e. listening to a lecture, reading a book, etc.). Knowing about the Learning Retention Pyramid can help you gain a better understanding of how you can effectively comprehend new information that’s given to you.

The Learning Pyramid was originally created by the National Training Laboratories Institute during the 1960s, and while some have recreated it over time, the primary information from the original model remains the same. This model posits that teaching information to others is the most effective way to learn it yourself, and the best way to make sure the material is stored in your long-term memory.

Here is a visual depiction of this model:

source: developgoodhabits.com

Why it Pays to Be Hungry | Les Brown

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