The word “learning” refers to the acquisition of new information and its storage in our memory.
Learning is multifaceted; it involves our five types of memory and takes place throughout our lives.
Several documents in various formats, produced by a medical writer from our team, will provide you with information on this topic.
The sketchnote below presents some characteristics of the learning process. Learn in pictures the essential elements that promote the encoding of information, its recall in memory, and its long-term consolidation.
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Reading two interviews with Mathieu Hainselin will allow you to learn more about memorization through play and action and learning abilities, by “attacking the neuromyths!”
You will also understand the impact of digital technology on our learning and find valuable advice on how to revise for your exams on the website of the “Observatoire B2V des Mémoires” (B2V Memory Observatory)!