At the intersection of psychology and pedagogy
By Dominique Eberlin (Coaching d'Etude)
The study of learning strategies involves numerous areas of research and approaches, all of which are interested in improving formal learning from kindergarten to university.
On the one hand, this involves learning techniques that are common to all: conscious acts of memorization, which are of pedagogical concern. On the other, this involves cognitive processes which are individual to each person: spontaneous and unconscious acts with which information is treated and which are more properly psychological.