小橋 昭彦 2008年2月29日
Children’s under-achievement could be down to poor working memory
The researchers from Durham University, who surveyed over three thousand children, found that ten per cent of school children across all age ranges suffer from poor working memory seriously affecting their learning. Nationally, this equates to almost half a million children in primary education alone being affected.
However, the researchers identified that poor working memory is rarely identified by teachers, who often describe children with this problem as inattentive or as having lower levels of intelligence.

学校での勉強ができないと、授業態度のせいとか、知能のせいにしてしまいがちだけれど、ワーキングメモリが少ないせいではないかという。
一時記憶がはたらきづらいため、内容についていけていない。仮にこれがほんとうだとすると、おちこぼれないための勉強の方法も、違った視点から考えられるはず。

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