Cognition and the Teaching-Learning System
Business Education & Accreditation, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 39-46, 2016
8 Pages Posted: 19 Dec 2016
Date Written: 2016
The progress knowledge and information technologies has significantly influenced education and the form of teaching-learning systems. The intention is a change to the teacher-pupil relationship placing the classroom center stage the learning and the interplay among students, and the collaborative engagement of the teacher as agent of change. Another axis of educational change comes from the educative system approach throughout information and communication technologies (ICT's). The command of computer knowledge by teachers is necessary a) to equate their pupil’s skills and b) to implement it into teaching strategies. Technologies such as e-mails and the Internet are essential tools for modern development of education. Cognitive systems known as dual, are composed of an automatic system and another system, generally a slower and thinking one. This combination allows the creation of an interface between the mode in which the brain processes information and the mode in which the teaching-learning system uses ICT's to improve the pupil's skills.
Keywords: Cognition, Education, Information Technology, Learning
JEL Classification: I21, I22
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