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What happens when learning is done with pressure?

    If learning is done under pressure with frustration or even fear, these feelings activate the fear center of the brain (amygdala). As a result, your child has trouble remembering new things and is only capable of very simple shot conclusions, if at all. Be creative? Thinking around corners? Wrong!

    In addition, of course, learning itself is automatically linked in your child’s brain quite generally with fear and rejection.

    A vicious circle!

    The only problem is that very few students associate the topics of school, homework and exam preparation with the term “fun”.