Right now, I wish this was how I learned. I had a brain injury just over 10 years ago. Most people don't notice it now, because I have learned many ways to compensate for it (although crowds of people still make my skin crawl and I get agitated so if you notice me with a book in my hand or my kindle, it's a coping mechanism to keep me from freaking out).
I was reminded of it recently, however. Over the next 2 weeks, several of my friends at work and I will be teaching Physics for the remainder of the semester during our plan periods (I'm not going to go into the reason why, but if you are curious or want my opinion be prepared). The majority of us are not familiar with Physics. I taught Matter & Energy for several years at the start of my teaching career, which I will call physics "lite". This is way out of my comfort zone, and learning new things does not come easy to me post-brain injury.
I went to my good friend who teaches Physics and asked her for a book that would be understandable for people like me. She has known me from the beginning so she knew exactly what I was asking for. I have spent the past stress filled days, frantically taking notes and working problem after problem hoping that somehow this Physics would stick in my brain (because I have short term memory loss, it makes it a bit more complicated to transfer information from my short term memory to my long term memory). Let's just say, I'm wishing I could just plug the back of my head into a computer and have it all downloaded. I am sure that is how my other non-Physics friends are also feeling at this moment too, so if you're reading this, send up a prayer for us to get through the next 2 weeks and be able to help these students.