But learning must itself consist of sets of skills we grow ourselves; we start with only some of them and slowly grow the rest.
Why don't more people keep on learning more and better learning skills?
If that sounds too good to be true, please read more below or just give it a solid try.
For a detailed explanation see: Advantages of incremental learning.
Instead we regard it as something that just happens to us.
With the rich toolset offered by incremental learning, all reading, learning, viewing, archiving, and annotation functions can be delegated to Super Memo.
This goes far beyond standard learning and includes personal notes, home videos, lectures available in audio and video formats, You Tube material, family photo-albums, diaries, audio files, scanned paper materials, etc.
That knowledge is relatively stable and lasts in student's memory as long as the process continues, and well beyond.
The cost of high knowledge retention is very small when compared with various traditional learning methods.