How do you give your best at key moments? It's not an easy task, but there are a number of ways you can improve your performance. Eliminating distractions, planning every day well and being proactive are some of them.
Many parents distrust video consoles and don't want them in the house because they are afraid that they will damage their children's performance at school. However, the benefits of videogames include improved powers of concentration, creativity, memory, languages and teamwork.
Twelve years after publishing his famous book — Frames of Mind (1983) —, in which he defined seven types of intelligence and which earned him the Prince of Asturias Award in 2011, Howard Gardner added an eighth branch to his model: naturalistic intelligence. This type of intelligence allows us to relate to the environment and other species.
Gamification entails applying the mechanics and dynamics of games in other areas to motivate and teach users in an entertaining way. In recent years, the educational and business worlds have increasingly used this tool to train students and employees.
In a constantly changing job market, exist a profile that is particularly good at adapting. These are knowledge nomads, otherwise known as knowmads. They are highly flexible, creative workers with a collaborative spirit. Also, they're passionate about their jobs and they have no boundaries.
Innovation is one of the watchwords of the 21st century and training must form part of this (r)evolution in order to bring it into line with the demands of an increasingly hyperactive and hyperconnected world. In order to meet these challenges, technology is an essential ally when promoting a disruptive form of education that puts learning in a new light.