A digital detox means taking a break from screens like phones and computers. For students, this helps reduce distractions and improve focus on learning. Constant screen time can make it harder for us to think deeply and solve problems. In our sessions, we step away from devices to encourage hands-on learning and better concentration.
It’s about using our brains more and screens less, so we can learn better and think clearer.
Learning habits are the most important predictor of academic performance, as they dictate how we organize, process, and consolidate information for learning.
Adequate sleep, exercise, and nutrition are positive habits that can be implemented to improve learning and wellbeing.
It aids in the overall ability to form a positive sense of self and strengthens our skills in: language and literacy, reflecting, planning, imagination, and problem solving. Memory can be strengthened and improved by exercising your brain. It is important to experiment with different techniques to constantly challenge your thinking and stretch your memory skills.