Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Cortica II : Remue-méninges de la santé mentale
Cortica Incubator

L’impuissance apprise ou Learned Helplessness au service de l’apprentissage : Suis-je capable ?

Publié-e 2022-09-20

Mots-clés

  • apprentissages,
  • cerveau,
  • mémoire,
  • impuissance acquise,
  • impuissance apprise,
  • jeunes,
  • Motivation, cerveau, éducation, neuroéducation, adolescence, école, scolaire, apprentissage,
  • biais,
  • cognitive
  • ...Plus
    Moins

Résumé

Le but de ce “Cortica Incubateur” est de sensibiliser les intervenants psycho-sociaux, formateurs d’adultes ainsi que les apprenants à la compréhension et aux conséquences de l’impuissance apprise qui les limitent dans leurs comportements de manière inconsciente en générant un sentiment de résignation. Je souhaite développer un projet afin de le mettre en pratique par la suite : Outiller ces professionnels ainsi que les apprenants à travers les ateliers Go/Nogo. Le message à faire passer est, « non seulement tu peux faire des erreurs, mais en plus elles sont nécessaires pour apprendre. Le pouvoir d’apprendre de celles-ci est de s’auto-observer, pratiquer le pas de recul et prendre le contrôle de la situation ». L’impact souhaité auprès des intervenants ainsi que des apprenants est d’atteindre une prise de conscience; leur permettre de développer des attitudes favorables à l’apprentissage ; réduire les peurs ou les angoisses qui en découlent ;

surmonter leurs biais et distorsions cognitifs ; développer leur motivation à l’apprentissage et repousser leurs limites.

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