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ミ como organizar sua rotina usando o método de estudos de Ebbinghaus 。⁠.゚
#studytwt #study #studytwtbr #enem #vestibular ImageImage
oiii, moots! hoje vou explicar o método de repetições espaçadas (método Ebbinghaus) e como aplicar ele nos seus estudos. também explicarei as conotações científicas sobre o método e o porquê ele funciona. espero que gostem, qualquer pergunta que tiver é só comentar em baixo!
↪ o que é o método de ebbinghaus?
é a incorporação de repetições espaçadas nas suas revisões.
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⌕ : #studytwt | #studytwtbr | #enem

plataformas gratuitas que podem te auxiliar nos estudos para o Enem + vestibulares — a thread:
01) Plataforma Enem

Tem um banco que questões e simulados bem amplo. na própria plataforma tem um cronograma de 8 a 10 meses e nesse cronograma você vai aprendendo passo a passo a como resolver melhor as questão do enem. lá também você pode observar seu desempenho +
e o assunto que você precisa reforçar, as questões que vc tiver errado vc pode criar um simulado com todas pra ter a chance de fazer de novo depois de tê-las estudado. o site tem algumas funções pagas como correção de redação, algumas aulas e resumos. mas dá pra aproveitar +
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Thank you @IWS_Network for giving me the opportunity to share my #story 💜 ! This a part of Voices Without Frontiers program… #IWS #WomenInSTEM #VoicesIWS #ecology #conservation #biodiversity
I was born in #saopaulo, #Brazil’s largest city, very different from the #Amazon Rainforest & Rio! See me and a #samauma, the most famous Amazon tree 🌳
Also me & @IsabelaHissa in front of Sao Paulo’s #MASP (Modern Art Museum) & me and my mom in #Rio! #VoiceIWS @IWS_Network Image
I can say I lived in a great #rainforest because Sao Paulo & most of the coast of Brazil are in the Atlantic Forest 🌴🌺🐍. It is one of the 34 world’s #hotspots of #biodiversity, with more than 1500 plant species and 90% of original area loss. #VoiceIWS @IWS_Network Source: https://www.e-educa...
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Chapter 4: Head rotation sensation is a splendid example of dynamic #Bayesian multisensory fusion since it involves several sensors with different dynamics. These sensor can be put in conflict or switched on/ off experimentally. Follow the tour! #vestibular
2/ We have (at least) 3 rotations sensors with different dynamics: the inner ear's canals detect acceleration; vision velocity, and graviceptors position (when rotating in vertical planes). The brain also relies on a zero velocity prior. Looks like a job for a #Kalmanfilter!
3/ I will explain (&simulate) motion perception during constant velocity rotations (starting from 0 velocity at t=0). Each sensor can report the motion, or 0, or be off altogether. There's experiments in the literature covering nearly all combinations! This will be a long thread!
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Chapter 1: Why do we feel #dizzy when turning? This is because of how out inner ear’s rotation sensors (#vestibular semi-circular canals) work, from a mechanical point of view. Watch these movies and the next for explanations.
2/ The inner ear's #vestibular semi-circular canals are liquid-filled tubes. When the head rotates, the liquid stays in place and flows in the canal. This activates hair cells (in a structure called cupula) that sense the rotation.
3/ However, when turning too much, the liquid starts to rotate with the canal and the rotation signal fades out. Furthermore, when the rotation stops, the liquid keeps flowing and creates a rotation after-effect.
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Functional Gait disorders ("FGD" for the purpose of this #twittorial) are common and disabling, usually accompanied by other symptoms. FGD are challenging for the non #MovDis physician and it can difficult to determine #inconsistencies and #incongruencies during examination.
A good approach is to identify #clinicalSigns to differentiate a #functional vs #organic cause

#Inconsistency is the variability in gait disorder severity over time.
#incongruency involves a combination of symptoms and sins not seen in organic disorders.
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