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Ideas

The ideas are the foundation of Sagefy’s architecture. The ideas are broad and based on highly common patterns in memory and learning research. Use the ideas to provide a sense of direction.

  1. Do One Thing at a Time
  2. Set & Adhere to Goals
  3. Adapt to Prior Knowledge
  4. Build the Graph
  5. Empower Choice
  6. Dive Deep
  7. Make It Real
  8. Learn Together

1. Do One Thing at a Time

Our memory system is powerful but limited. We are most effective when focusing on one task at a time.

What do we mean by “Do One Thing at a Time”?

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2. Set & Adhere to Goals

Defining small, achievable goals and constantly checking against them builds better, more focused content.

What do we mean by “Set & Adhere to Goals”?

How does Sagefy implement this idea?

3. Adapt to Prior Knowledge

The strongest predictor of how much we will learn is what we already know. Every learning experience must be adapted to the learner’s prior knowledge.

What do we mean by “Adapt to Prior Knowledge”?

How does Sagefy implement this idea?

4. Build the Graph

Our memory system works by forming relationships. Mastery is the result of an organized thought process. Students link new information with information that they already know.

What do we mean by “Build the Graph”?

How does Sagefy implement this idea?

5. Empower Choice

What do we mean by “Empower Choice”?

How does Sagefy implement this idea?

6. Dive Deep

Route memorizing isn’t enough. We must be able to use our knowledge.

What do we mean by “Dive Deep”?

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7. Make it Real

We rely on real-life experiences to guide to our learning.

What do we mean by “Make it Real”?

How does Sagefy implement this idea?

8. Learn Together

We are more effective as team or as a community. Often, but not always.

What do we mean by “Learn Together”?

How does Sagefy implement this idea?


What next? Continue to “Data Structure”.


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