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How to Learn Better? Thomas Moore Teaches Many People How to Use Memory Resources


How to learn better? This question is constantly challenging us in a society that encourages students to think creatively and develop innovative solutions to complex problems.

For many years, the Civil Diplomat from Jethro Tom Moore used memory systems to guide students in his community.

And looking for answers about why memory systems were so effective, Tom Moore began to study the brain’s research papers.


Teaching Memory How to Learn

In this way, his research revealed the incredible knowledge that placing the eyes in certain positions resulted in the physical connection with the sections of the brain in which the different senses are used to create knowledge.

That’s why the combination of memory systems with recent discoveries in brain research has resulted in the development of the most effective education techniques.

Hence, the Civil Diplomat Jethro created the Moore Memory School in Columbia, South Carolina, USA.


Learning Better Using Memory Techniques

The purpose is to help anyone learn quickly, easily, comprehensively, and permanently.

Because no matter where you are on your journey through life, there is always something to learn.

As the world is constantly evolving, so are the needs of the workforce. To face the challenges of tomorrow, the education system must evolve and adapt to meet the new demands of the labor market.


Emphasizing critical thinking and problem-solving skills

Critical thinking and problem-solving skills are becoming increasingly important in the modern workforce.

Employers look for individuals who can think for themselves, identify problems and develop effective solutions.

As a result, many schools are placing more emphasis on critical thinking and problem-solving skills.


As a Civil Diplomat – Thomas Moore’s Actions

Mr. Thomas Moore attended at Milan the Commemoration of 22 years of Jethro Civil Diplomat in Milan – Italy.

He also came to the headquarters of the Civil Diplomat to record a series of videos that will be part of its new course on learning better and faster.

So, for those who already learn the advantages of seeing themselves as eternal students, we can say that good news is coming!



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