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The following video is from an online educational course that teaches the basics of Python programming using mnemonics, metaphors and the science of learning titled “Learn Python: Like a Bee Student” by instructor Dylan Jorgensen
Welcome to our first orientation video and thank’s for your purchase.
I am excited to engage with you, and remember you can D.M. me, post in Q&A boards or leave reviews and I will use that feedback to make this course better.
In this video we are going to get a high level overview of the unique learning methods the course was constructed around.
Then I will end with a few recommendations to help you get the most out of your time.
The Spacing Effect
Learning is faster when the studying is spread out over time
Cramming for 5 hours is not the same as 1 hour each day M-F
Separating “What and Why” From “How”
This course addresses all topics in two ways: first by having a no-code discussion explaining the “What and the Why”, Then code examples that demonstrate the “How”
Right Brain “Why” Videos: Marked in Blue
These videos are marked in blue and do not contain any code, but instead are entirely english discussions, stories and metaphors. These videos address the same programming topics as the left brain videos but are designed to stimulate your creativity, and help you build an intuition for the what and why of programming.
Left Brain “How” Videos: Marked in Black
The left brain “How” videos are marked in black and contain code examples that I will talk through then demonstrate. The important things you should be looking to take away from these videos are the procedures, syntax, and logic.
Together, the goal of this overall structure is to prevent the right side of the brain from asking “What's the point?” and the left side of your braining saying “It’s too complicated”
The Mnemonic Effect
As humans we are wir…