- You will discover educational activities based on social-emotional intelligence and a learning character and habits that go beyond the intelligence measured by intelligence quotients (IQ).
- You will learn that attachment and parenting play a vital role in establishing routines, habits and skills in terms of both learning at school and emotional stability.
- You will find out how neuroscience confirms that self-regulation, flexible thinking and working memory are high range psychological abilities.
- You will understand the importance of habits at important as controlling impulses, focusing your attention and acting with determination, which are at the heart of progress both as a student and as a person.
- You will learn that order and stability, and the ability to relax (mindfulness) - at school and at home - have a psychological impact on learning.
- You will discover that stress from the social-family environment and often from school impedes learning.
- You will look at how screens when used incorrectly can distract and interrupt study and intellectual work and learn to obtain the best performance through careful use of screens both at school and at home.