Knowledge: Area of expertise
Learning both the essential basis and the development of new approaches and structures to ensure an optimal quality care.
Assimilation of the acquired knowledge that allows learners to comprehend everything from its roots so that their skills become automatic responses.
The student’s interaction within the group will allow the learning and integration to happen through conscious or unconscious observation, imitation and also through the very action of sharing.
In order to optimize the memorization of the acquired knowledge, the teaching methods are adapted to the learner and specific situation in which they are aimed to be used. In turn, this favours the stimulation and integration of the academic knowledge into the space-visual region of the brain (in charge of geo-spatial information), the phonological loop (in charge of hearing and verbal abilities), explicit memory (which allows us to preserve our memories), implicit memory (acquired instruments that make the reflexes resulting from a previous learning possible), semantic memory (the held schemes of our world experiences, our « mental encyclopaedia », our personal dictionary) and procedural memory (which allows the memorization of our abilities and our know-how, the execution of our everyday actions and also stored sequences of the latter, and their continuity through time and its automatic performance).