HUM-645: Learning and development: theoretical and applied aspects in educational contexts
This group was formed in 2001 to gain a better understanding of how to carry out intervention processes in educational contexts and the effectiveness of such processes, with the aim of improving learning and related aspects. The group’s work is undertaken from a psychological and educational standpoint.
Currently, the group’s work focuses on gaining a better understanding of aspects of learning and development. In the case of learning, it studies different aspects related especially to its difficulties. Complementing this study, the group also examines aspects concerned with psychological development, both of people with special educational needs (e.g. relaxation and psychomotricity) and aspects of normal development (e.g. development of the spiritual - and religious - dimension in a broad sense, creativity, etc.).