Tag Archives: Education

Blogging: a totally new experience

A reflection about educational blogs Dear Jessie Martin: Clearly I remember how resistant I was to pick this module at the beginning after listeningĀ  to the different talks which were recorded by a video player. I felt uncomfortable and unsure … Continue reading

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Brain training for both hemispheres

Neuropsychological approach of creativity and mindfulness As I have mentioned in former blogs, creativity is crucial to education but unfortunately often left out. It is important for social survival and personĀ“s wellbeing. Creativity is a constructive act which often is … Continue reading

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How can mindfulness be implemented in education?

Mindfulness is something that I am practising on my own. I really got involved into relaxation techniques during my internship in a rehabilitation center. There, techniques of mindfulness and exercises like progressive muscle relaxation by Jacobsen (PMR, 1932) were used … Continue reading

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Does Art enhance creativity through motivation?

There are several people who are taking the stand that creativity in school needs to be enhanced to let the children reach their full potential of intelligence. Sir Ken Robinson is one of those and he focuses especially on the … Continue reading

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Dual code and Multimedia

Educational psychology is an area of research that has too seldom been put into educational practice. This module focuses on the discrepancies between principles of psychology and education. It is startling that there are many approaches due to research in … Continue reading

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