Vimos na semana passada que depois de um tempo estudando ingles, a motivacao inicial pode diminuir ou desaparecer. A sensacao e de nao estar aprendendo na velocidade, na qualidade e na quantidade que se deseja.
Uma forma de romper o Learning Plateau e ganhar motivacao e usar a criatividade e buscar novas maneiras de aprender. Eu irei apresentar neste blog dezenas de mapas mentais que diminuirao em 50% ou mais o tempo de estudo (isto mesmo!). Tecnica para memorizar palavras: coloquei a foto sensual neste texto para apresentar uma tecnica bem simples que e procurar no dicionario as palavras iguais em portugues e ingles.
Source: Revise GCSE Mathematics Intermediate Level by Sheila Hunt & Philip Hooper with Tony Buzan.
Group Mind Map Consolidating 5 smaller Groups (Total 30 People) on the Key Elements of Team Success for Their Organisation.
All this said, it appears that there are certain patterns of behavior, archetypal personalities, and common inflection points in group work and network development that tend to emerge that might suggest different kinds of preventions and interventions.
Coming down a bit from these lofty aspirational heights, at least for now, I think it’s helpful to acknowledge that this is quite a process. I also use Elliott Jaque’s understanding of human capabilty to meaning and decision making.
Amid current concerns in the media with the diagnosis of ADHD and the overuse of stimulants for its treatment, I thought it would be helpful to include an excerpt from a clinical article I read many years ago that explains the core of the ADHD experience for adults with the disorder in non-scientific language. Unfortunately, school and work environments require the ability to engage on demand, and these are the environments in which people with ADHD often perform poorly.

The aim of my practice is to provide expert psychiatric care in a trusting and empathic environment. I encourage an assertive and collaborative treatment style to help you recover faster and develop the insight, skills, and resilience needed to better handle life challenges. As Kegan’s, he understand that majority of people may not develop to higher levels of abstractions and meaning-making of the world. In my practice I have encountered innumerable patients who have initially presented complaining of depression, anxiety, anger, frustration with daily life, or ruined interpersonal relationships. Neither is it caused by poor parenting skills or by diminished executive function, self-control, neurotransmitter levels, or intelligence.
This disparity in attentiveness in different situations often leads parents and employers to make a moral judgment that ADHD represents a failure of will, effort, or self-control. That is, the importance of a task helps them engage with it immediately, get access to their abilities, and persist with the task all the way to completion. And I personally have found that it can provide insights and possibilities when held lightly. Following a thorough diagnostic workup, many of these folks have turned out to be primarily suffering from long-standing ADHD – and never knew it. A newer, functional definition tries to understand ADHD as a genetically based neurologic disorder characterized by difficulties in engaging on demand in work, school, or personal situations. Our new understanding that ADHD is a genetically based neurologic disorder challenges this view.
They see the tasks that require completion, arrange them in order of priority, engage in them, and gain access to the skills they need to complete the tasks.

Still collaboration, including the practice of group facilitation, is a heuristic undertaking – an experience-based approach to problem solving, learning, and discovery that suggests solutions which are not guaranteed to be optimal. The developmental trajectory in Kegan’s model is in the direction of wider perspective-taking and mindfulness of oneself and others. Instead they have spent years desperately trying to compensate for the cognitive challenges created by the disorder, to the point of significant demoralization, frustration, shame, low self-esteem, and failure in their personal and professional lives.
This difficulty in being engaged on demand explains why many patients with ADHD seem to function very well in some situations but are distracted and disorganized in others. It also sheds light on the management strategies that are most likely to help these patients. Even when a task is more important to an employer, spouse, teacher, or parent than to the person himself or herself, a person without ADHD still manages to accomplish it. I wonder if we can help all people to work at all levels, than the world will be really interesting… and all of us understanding relationships in a more high mode.
I wonder how, since, as Maturana says, people are autopoietic organisms, not really instructed by outside.
Because ADHD is a neurologic condition, we should not expect behavioral techniques to be any more successful as a cornerstone of treatment than they would be in the treatment of a fever, for example.

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