ultima modifica: Sun, 10 Dec 2017 16:57:24 +0100  
@Children's World+


For my kids I'm slowly discovering the various options that it offers ANKI. Wonderful !
On YouTube it can be found a lot of tips and suggestions for efficient work with it.

Immagine Some time ago, I learned foreign languages for myself in the old fashion way. It's time to refresh and to repeat !

Credits and further information:
Image (flashcard)
Lerndatei (Wikipedia)
Flashcard (Wikipedia)
ANKI (Wikipedia)

#learning #flashcard
  ultima modifica: Tue, 31 Oct 2017 23:20:05 +0100  
Thank you for letting me know jMemorize. I will try it out !
As I can see the philosophy is the same like Anki: Leitner-System (spaced repetition) with the application of an algorithm system.

Algorithm questions are relatively secondary for me. Important are an easy to use system and a system with less possible scheduling errors in real-world use. My intention is to keep the flashcard structure simple.  I'm curious how will be the performance. I hope to have set the right horse.
Long live a recent backup in any way ! :-)

Returning to the spaced repetition system I've found this:
Spaced Repetition
What spaced repetition algorithm does Anki use?
Why Anki?

Edit: typo
I'm curious how will be the performance. I hope to have set the right horse.
That's what I was concerned about too. Meanwhile I think the most important thing is that you use it every day (independently of the tool). And, start to speak, read,...
The results are bad news for advocates of the learning styles concept. Student grade performance was not correlated in any meaningful way with their dominant learning style or with any learning style(s) they scored highly on.

Other activities, such as using flash cards, were associated with poorer performance, perhaps because they were a sign of learning by rote rather than deeper learning.

“Another nail in the coffin for learning styles” – students did not benefit from studying according to their supposed learning style[ (2018)