The Feynman Technique
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Week 1: What is and what are the goals of (Assignment .)
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Week 1: What is the Feynman Technique (Assignment .)
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The Feynman Technique uses the Feynman technique as a requirement to mark any task as complete. All students must need to record or type their responses as per the Feynman technique depicting their understanding of the topic or concept. This course is to provide you with an understanding of the Feynman technique.

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