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Deconstructed Learning Workshop

Date
23 February 2023, 5:30pm7:00pm
CostFree
Bookings Bookings required
Location Ideas Quarter
The Quad
Accessibility Has wheelchair access

During this 90-minute workshop Aiden Rayner, founder of Don’t Move Until You See It, will take you through his method of deconstructed learning, enabling you to apply efficient learning techniques to improve new skills.

The Deconstructed Learning Method

Topics covered in the session will include:

  • Define what ‘learned’ looks like for you.
  • Identify the major parts that make up a target skill.
  • Identify the subskills that are relevant to your goal (including the Master Skills).
  • Order those skills in a way that makes sense for efficient learning.
  • ‘Isolate and Intensify’ those skills for rapid subskill acquisition.
  • Create milestones to ensure you put in the time and keep yourself honest.

About Aiden Rayner

Aiden is an expert on deconstructed learning methods, an unorthodox set of techniques to rapidly acquire any skill. He is the founder of Don't Move Until You See It, a training system for chess improvement based on his learning methodology. Despite Aiden only picking up chess during the pandemic, world-class chess personalities have called his methods the 'missing piece in chess instruction', and chess masters are adding them to their own tournament preparation. He is passionate that ongoing learning is one of the keys to living an energising, exciting, and fulfilling life.

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