Could SuperMemo be used for learning how to draw maps, such as countries, states, etc.?
It depends on which component skill you need to develop. SuperMemo can easily be used to learn geography and the location, shape and mutual spatial relationship between countries. This knowledge is naturally vital for drawing maps “from memory”. However, if the skill to be trained is conversion of the “mental map” to a “map on paper”, SuperMemo may only help you organize the timing/schedule of training. For example, while learning a selected geography collection, the student can attempt to draw a map at each repetition (on paper).
- If active recall is so important, what is the purpose of topics in SuperMemo? How efficient would learning be if I never used items?
- The connectivity maps you draw for MoteLab look cool. Can I get access to the raw data used to create the graphics?
- Could SuperMemo be used for learning how to draw maps, such as countries, states, etc.?