Is Chunking The Foundation To Complex Learning?

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A website for teachers has a piece about the learning process called chunking. This is the process of taking smaller building blocks of learning, and developing them into groups. The writer uses learning how to read as an example. The reader joins letters into words, words into phrases, and phrases into sentences. The writer says chunking is how chess players can become grandmasters. People can use this process to become skillful thinkers. The writer recommends spending an hour a day to learn chunking.

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