4th Industrial Revolution


Chrono-literacy

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    The brain has receptors responsible for gathering chronological types of information from other senses. They interpret the physical position of the sun via the eyes to instil a feeling of time passed. This provides for “getting a sense of time” or “having a sense of passing of time”. They are called chronosensors and are responsible for measuring the passing of time when a person progresses through an activity.
    Chronosensors can be tricked, cheated or misled. For example, if a task is not enjoyed, it feels like it is taking forever, while it feels as if time is flying when one is busy with an enjoyable task.

    Chrono-literacy becomes more important when learners have to balance school and personal activities as well as in adult years when time management is important.

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