Development Area: Memory and Attention
Attention: It is a factor that is part of the perception, it acts as a filter of the stimuli that reach us through the environment, evaluating which are the most relevant and giving them priority for a deeper processing. On the other hand, attention is also understood as the mechanism that controls and regulates cognitive processes.
Memory: Memory is the mental capacity that enables a subject to record, preserve and evoke experiences (ideas, images, events, feelings, etc.)
Children from 6 to 12 years old have more resources to use their social skills when faced with a problem, to retrieve information from their memory, focus on a specific activity, or gather information to broaden their knowledge of a particular topic.
Children begin to know their abilities and are aware of their strengths and weaknesses, so we can hear on more than one occasion how children in primary school make comments like “I am good at math” or “What I’m good at is biology.”
These new acquisitions are due to changes in the way of selecting and processing information, so the ability to process information improves as children are trained in this capacity, especially through teaching, which makes Information processing time decreases, allowing more complex cognitive processing.
Likewise, with age, the capacity to pay more attention increases and allows children to engage in more complex activities.
These new activities are related to the increase in the speed and ability to process information, the development of attention and memory and the development of knowledge.
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