ABOUT THE DOCTRINE
In today's situation (2021), we do not have a separate subject in years 1-6 called study technology. According to the curriculum, study techniques must be taught by being incorporated into the rest of the teaching. Once I immersed myself, with this project, in the world of study techniques, I discovered how much knowledge, how many different techniques there really are. I realized that it takes an understanding of how our brain and memory work when it comes to learning and some training to be able to understand, master and apply the techniques in everyday life.
With the help of Läroteket, children and adults can gain a basic understanding of and basic knowledge of how our brain and memory work when it comes to learning and learn many effective study techniques that can facilitate studying. In addition, you also get concrete tips on how to use the techniques in practice. This material can be used both at home and at school by children, parents, teachers or why not anyone.
The content of Läroteket is a simplified version of the scientific findings that exist and are disseminated by brain researchers and experts. The knowledge is presented in a simplified way here in Läroteket so that it will be comprehensible and useful for the children and for other beginners in these areas.
The brain is a very complex organ. New discoveries are made all the time and the science of the brain and memory is supplemented and old science can even be overthrown. To make the brain's functions comprehensible to children, the hippocampus, amygdala and frontal lobe are used as “main characters” despite the fact that more brain parts or areas participate in and enable the various brain functions. It is also worth noting that researchers have discovered that the brain is plastic - it is changeable and adaptable.
See Läroteket as a "beginner's guide". Among the book tips here on the website, you will find suggestions for literature you can delve into.
The knowledge of the brain and memory and the skills to use the study techniques in practice can be good to repeat continuously in order to be able to master them for a longer period of time. One might think that this knowledge would be good to possess for life.
In the digital books and via a link ("Sources") here on the website, the sources used to create the material in Läroteket are presented.
The content of Läroteket has been fact-checked by neuropsychologist Petra Boman. A huge thank you to her!
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