London Metropolitan University Research Institutes

How cognition could help us to want “To-Be-Together”: How can we teach concepts?

Author(s) Kovalčíková, I. & Ropovik, I.  
Publisher London: CiCe  
Year 2010  
Editor P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell, Lifelong Learning and Active Citizenship  
Age group -  
The contribution will be focused on Basic Conceptual System (M. Nyborg) as prerequisite for learning of different school subjects. Training on analytical coding, which underlies the learning and involves the child performing analyses of and comparing the different objects as well as the values is highly important in current school settings. Selective Association, Selective Discrimination and Selective Generalization as phases of learning act. In order to consider – what is wrong, what is right act, to understand the “metanatural”, internal forces (interest), external forces (attraction or fear of punishment, power, and government) – Basic Conceptual Systems should be taught.

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