Research on the Paradigm Innovation of online Geriatric Education from the Perspective of Embodied Cognitive Theory: Take Tea Culture Education as An Example

Meiping LÜ

Abstract


“Embodied” has become an important concept in almost all fields of cognitive science. “In philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, robotics, education, cognitive anthropology, linguistics, and the dynamic system approach to behavior and thought, embody and situated-ness have been talked about more and more frequently.” With the increasing influence of personal cognition, it is of great significance to education, especially to the applied research of online education for the elderly. On the basis of analyzing the deficiency of current education for the elderly, this paper innovated the paradigm of online education for the elderly from the perspective of embodied cognitive theory, so as to promote the development and transformation of education for the elderly. Finally, this study achieved the goal of truly realizing the unity of the overall social development and the individual development of the elderly.


Keywords


Embodied cognition; Online education for the elderly; Paradigm, Tea culture

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11966

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