Career Office seminar - Title: The exam’s program, the computer and the mnemonic techniques. Mapping and analysis of information.
Welcome to the Memory Techniques workshop of May 2021!
• If you have difficulty studying,
• If you owe enough lessons,
• If you have difficulty remembering what you are reading,
• If you have difficulty "taking" notes
• If you are worried about what is wrong with your exams,
• Come to the small group Interactive Laboratory of Mnemonic Techniques
who organizes it: the Career Office
when: on Tuesday 25 May 2021
time: 13: 00-15: 00
The seminar will be held online, via video conference, using the hyperlink https://meet.jit.si/MnimonikesDrossinougpa20212501
The seminar can be attended by students of the Agricultural University of Athens who study in the departments of the former TEI of Central Greece.
Title: The exam’s program, the computer and the mnemonic techniques. Mapping and analysis of information.
The purpose of the interactive small -group laboratory is to present the mnemonic techniques regarding the mapping and analysis of information in the pandemic period covid 19. At a theoretical level, the mapping, and the analysis of information brought by the examination program will be discussed. The mental representation of the program is the mental language based on an unconscious, innate symbolic representational system for each examined lesson. Mapping with virtual representations is another mnemonic technique where images work and give meaning to texts and course descriptions. With the help of the computer, we can "run" digital images from the lectures and slides that have been given in the lessons and create meaning according to the theory of mind where the mind is the software of the brain, the memory techniques mediate and assume the role of computer function. On a practical level we will work with exercises of awareness of mental language in the personal method of study. We will also practice mapping with a virtual and symbolic representational system in the exam program, in an analog way and with the Information Technology.
Bibliographic reference: Roussos, P., L. (2011). Cognitive maps (pp. 195-200) and The organization of knowledge (pp. 247-279). In Cognitive Psychology, the basic cognitive processes. Athens: Place, in Greece.
Topic speaker in the laboratory: Drossinou-Korea Maria, Phd in Psychology, Assistant Professor of Special Education and Training, external collaborator responsible for the specialized counseling support for students with disabilities and the disabled at the Career Office of the Agricultural University of Athens.