Personalize learning to learn better


With this title, Ivan Ostrowicz surprised the entire TedX Barcelona audience last October 7, at our LIMITLESS meeting. For me, the best conference of an afternoon full of learning and full of sensations, starring people who wanted to share their experiences with more than 500 people.

Ivan Ostrowicz began his talk with a Creative Opening, involving us all and forcing us to participate from the first minute.

  • I learn
  • You learn
  • He learns
  • All of us…

And there was a great silence.

  • And we all answer: “we learn”…
  • No! We all forget!

Personalize learning to learn better

Indeed, the global message that Ivan Ostrowicz transmitted to us is the need to personalize education and interact with the student to consolidate learning.

  1. It is not enough to teach, we must focus on helping people learn. And since each person is different and learns differently, the solution is to individualize learning as much as possible.
  2. It is not enough to hear a new concept once to assimilate it. In the words of Ivan Ostrowicz, “Adaptive retention in memory It is based on the spaced repetition of exercises that, automatically adapting to the student's rhythm, optimizes the retention and consolidation of knowledge and the development of skills." Repeating and reviewing the contents in consecutive moments multiplies by 3 the possibility of retaining the message.
  3. It is not enough to listen to the teacher and see some slides with some messages. It is necessary to practice to develop that knowledge, internalize it and be able to apply it in the future. Practicing means, once again, escaping from theory and expository methodology and inviting the student to experiment, to make mistakes, to discover for themselves everything they are capable of.

Personalize learning to learn better

Great debate!! How many times have we heard that classes are overcrowded and that teachers are unable to adapt to the needs of each student? We are all aware of this need…

Great news!! In the 21st century we have solutions, tools, new methodologies. Why don't we put them into practice to improve the present and, above all, the future of our young people?

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