Life is changing more and more, and faster and faster. Digitization, new methods and structures, the exponential increase in knowledge and scientific progress force us… Read More »The path to greater learning competence
Parents, or the family of origin, represent a significant factor in learning success. Results from international longitudinal studies suggest that the characteristics of the families… Read More »Why is the family so important for learning
Learning is generally defined as the acquisition of knowledge and skills. This broad definition covers very different areas, such as language acquisition in infancy, learning… Read More »What does learning at school actually mean?
Even if you realize with disappointment the morning after that the book under the pillow did not make you smarter, the advice points in the… Read More »If you put the textbook under your pillow at night, so that the material gets into your brain …
Make yourself comfortable on a chair, close your eyes. In your mind, imagine a staircase with ten steps leading down. Each step is a deeper… Read More »Relaxation Exercise: The Imaginary Staircase
Depending on whether you are an auditory or visual learner, you can incorporate each sense into your learning. For the visual type, visualizations are particularly… Read More »Learning technique: Learning with all senses
For the start of school after the vacations, some tips for proper learning, especially for variety, because always the same is boring, so to bring… Read More »For the start of school after the vacations
According to some studies, pets keep the brain young even in old age, and keeping a pet can slow down the decline in brain power… Read More »What positive effects do pets have on humans?
Due to the misconception or overinterpretation of the different functions of the two hemispheres of the brain, you can always find “tips” on the Internet… Read More »Misconception of the different functions of the two hemispheres of the brain
A parent-teacher conference provides an opportunity for you, as a mom or dad, to meet and talk with certain of your children’s teachers. This is… Read More »What you should really discuss at a parent-teacher conference
Educational researcher Gerd Gigerenzer believes that children should be allowed to make mistakes, because mistakes often have something good about them. The word “mistake” always… Read More »Children are allowed and should make mistakes
Since Montessori education considers the child as a creator of his own development and it is the task of adults to encourage independence from the… Read More »Montessori education in the design of the children’s room
Learning to read is a very difficult process that demands a lot from a child. Therefore, you should only take small steps with your child.… Read More »How parents can help their child learn to read
When learning for school, there is often a point for us parents when we ask ourselves, how can I motivate my child to learn. It… Read More »How parents can motivate their children to learn
Do you sometimes find it hard to motivate yourself to study? You are definitely not alone! Everybody has his or her inner pig sometimes. Often… Read More »Inner pig: some simple tips to overcome it
Concentration is the be-all and end-all for successful learning. Many children today are not concentrated and sometimes have massive concentration problems. But right away: Not… Read More »How parents can help their children with concentration problems
All learners bring with them individual conditions that influence their personal learning process. Basically, it can be said that the learning requirements of adults differ… Read More »What characterizes the learning process in adults?
Children grow into a world shaped by adults. They have to get involved with the rules that apply, acquire basic cultural techniques, appropriate the world… Read More »The main differences between children’s learning and adult learning
Pupils are hardly willing to engage in experiments with regard to learning strategies. Typical statements were: “What’s the point?”, “I’m just not talented in this… Read More »How can you make learning strategies palatable to children?