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The Feynman Technique helps improve learning, by focusing on explaining concepts in simple language. It involves 4 steps – (1) Choose a concept (2) Explain the concept in a simple way (as if you were teaching a toddler) (3) Identify gaps and go back and review the source (4) Review and simplify further.

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