Concentration, imagination and creativity are the tools and means to abandon cognitive education and move decisively to a creative way of teaching. And while with the first, we bombard the student with a vast number of notions which are often difficult to understand (hence the “parroting”), with the second, the images appear before our eyes, either in reality or in our imagination, which make the same notions easier to perceive. Moreover, this is also true for the values these images (scientific or not) transmit.


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