This metric shows the effectiveness of assimilation by a person of information coming fromt he outside information flow by means of any sensory system, and also informs us about the distribution of attention during any activity. It should be noted that attention to different activities is not equally distributed. This characteristic is not stable, because it depends on changes in individual concentration and switchability of attention and on the impact of external factors.
The aim of this metric is to understand the peculiarity of attention in order to plan the load of the kid in the optimal way. The range of registered metrics of attention is from 0 to 30.
- 0 to 10 is the attention deficit area. Mastering any information in some area of intellectual activity requires longer, overlapping repetitions. Since the material is more difficult to assimilate, additional control, frequent switching and variability of information presenting methords are recommended.
- 10 to 25 is the area of good memory and attention. Information is easily acquired by a person, turning into skills and knowledge.
- 25 to 30 is the critical attention area. Information is easily acquired by a person in short time intervals. During long-term concentration a person feels fatigue and oversaturation as the process of memorizing is labor-intensive. More frequent and short intervals in obtaining any information are recommended.