Small group laboratory, Title: The exam program, the computer and the memory techniques. Mapping and information analysis
Tuesday 12 May 2020
Come to the interactive small group laboratory on Tuesday, 12 May, 2020 at 13:00-15:00 CAUTION: The seminar will be held on line via video conference using: https:// meet.jit.si/MnimonikesDrossinougpa 20201205 Title: The exam program, the computer and the memory techniques. Mapping and information analysis Rapporteur: Drossinou - Korea Maria, Assistant Professor of Special Education and Training, external collaborator responsible for the counseling support for students with special educational needs and disabilities, in the Agricultural University of Athens. The interactive small group laboratory intends to present the memory techniques regarding mind mapping and information analysis. At a theoretical level, we will discuss the mapping, and the analysis of information that the examination program has. The mental representation of the program is the mental language based on an unconscious, innate symbolic representational system for each subject examined. Mapping the contexts with virtual representations is another memory technique where images work and give meaning to the texts and descriptions of the lessons. With the help of the computer we can "run" digital images from lectures and e-class slides 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 take on the role of computer operation. On a practical level we will work on mental language awareness exercises in the personal method of study. We will also practice mapping with a virtual and symbolic representation system in the exam program, in a similar way to the computer. Source for more study: Rousos, P., L. (2011). Cognitive maps (pp. 195-200) and The organization of knowledge (pp. 247-279). In Cognitive Psychology, the basic cognitive processes Athens: Topos, in greek.