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What are some topics for good learning?


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Isaac 💻🎥’s Answer

A great open question, many topics can be learned and also based on the professional's interesting subjects, for art the learning platform of Skillshare has some good content, for math Khans Academy and Coursera, Science and history you can also take open courses from Ivy league such as Harvard. MIT or Yale.

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Anne’s Answer

I believe anyone can find an interest in anything. I love art history, books, and writing - but I also love counseling, learning about trends in higher education, current events, etc. To me, it looks like you're interested in a few things, which is great! There used to be a stereotype where English majors were bad at science, and visa versa! This isn't true - I think anyone has the ability to think and learn in multiple different ways. I've met studio art majors who plan on becoming a dentist, a double major in English and chemistry, and a math major who planned on going to law school! Keep your options open. Do what you love, and always reach out to resources like you're doing here.

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Rithwik’s Answer

The question asked is an open ended one, good learning is subjective to ones own interests. Delve deeper into a topic that intrigues you, start off by doing basic research on the latest trends and pick 1-2 which you would love to learn more about. Dantavia as you have already isolated some broad subjects, you have finished step one of this process. The next would be to search sub topics in them that are popular today and also that interest you. Read about them and filter your research then just continue this process
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Dale’s Answer

You pose a great question to which there is no one correct answer. My suggestion is to learn the basics of Math and Science from which you can synthesize answers and comprehend what is actually transpiring. Knowledge is not yours until you can manipulate to new situations. As for history, my opinion is to learn as much as you can, to not repeat the mistakes of the past, and create a peaceful and loving future. Enjoy all the Arts one can.

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