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Why are you giving homework to kids? Home is not school and parents are not teachers

Success of education depends on the teaching theories of school system and so the teacher is everything in classroom performance. School runs on advanced teaching techniques and knowledge transfer is launched to meet the requirements of future workforce. In fact, listening to the teaching performance can’t transfer knowledge to brain successfully, so homework is given to students to practice brainpage at home. We have to change this conventional learning to make smart brainpage of knowledge chapters in school hours. Teaching theory of school system is defective in book to brain knowledge transfer because the working mechanism of brain parts are not involved in the learning process of classroom.

Learning of natural knowledge transfer should be encouraged in classroom to modulate smart brainpage for academic success and future workforce. Brainpage theory of composite motor knowledge is never applied in school system that is necessary for skill development and high order knowledge for research and innovation. Students also need freedom at home and it is the basis for self-directed learning that unlocks much more potential than a stiff curriculum, hard teaching and related homework.

Highlights :

  • Teaching theories of education
  • Learning mechanism of human brain
  • Homework and its importance
  • Production of future workforce

Make brainpage school for knowledge transfer and change the world with high academic performance. This is the message of learnography designed for School 2020 to launch book to brain knowledge transfer in classroom. This is the truth of school learnography that the learning focus of students should be on brainpage making process instead of overemphasized teaching performance. I am working on brain learnography in which teaching is not necessary and homework is not required. Everything will be finished in classroom and children will feel free at home for self-directed learning practice.

All types of knowledge transfer ultimately converted into the motor knowledge of cerebellar learnography

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) India declared its Class X exam results with an overall pass percentage of 86.70. After a few hours of results published, three students of Class X Board Exams 2018 committed suicide in separate incidents in Delhi. It is said that these students selected the choice of death due to disappointment over performance. Police identified the three students as a 15 years old girl from Ryan International School in Vasant Kunj, a 15 years old boy from M R Vivekananda Model School in Dwarka and a 16 years old girl from the School of Open Learning.

Is exam bringing stress and depression in student’s life? Why is exam result suicidal for students? How can school system stop these harmful activities?

According to police, the girl from Vasant Kunj died after hanging herself from the ceiling fan at her house, while the boy from Dwarka committed suicide by hanging himself from the door frame of the drawing room, using a dupatta belonging to his mother. The third student slashed her wrists and hanged herself from a ceiling fan in her house in Dabri. Parents lost their kids in school system and nation lost its future workforce for research, creativity and innovation.

It is fact that the learning drives of knowledge transfer are acquired from the amygdala system of brain and it may be also suicidal in the state of extreme fear and depression. Teaching is the first dimension of education system but the matrix of questions is the first dimension of evaluation and exams. Quality and question both are synonymous in reality. You can ask simple questions to a person and observe the face reactance of amygdala activation. Question is very powerful to activate the learning mechanism of human brain.

School system must be answerable to justify the suicidal tendencies of young children. These students attended their schools to listen and watch classroom performance for ten years with finished homework. But they couldn’t achieve high success in board exams. Quality of education is evaluated by asking questions from prescribed courses and students have to write answers in fixed time. We know that answer writing is delivered from the modulation of brainpage processing and marks are awarded for right answers.

Amygdala system of brain projects first dimension of knowledge transfer in school performance

Amygdala is known for the functions of fear factors and basic drives. It also triggers learning drives during classroom performance. We know that emotion is the past and future tenses of life but present tense is described in cognition. Amygdala system of brain learnography is the core of knowledge transfer that acts as knowledge processor for the modulation of smart brainpage.

Learnography consists of five learning projections or regions such as basal ganglia, diencephalon, cingulate cortex, hippocampal formation and amygdala. Altogether these subcortical parts take part in the brainpage making process of knowledge transfer and so this subcortical modular set is defined as the amygdala system of brain learnography.

Sensory cortex plays the role of input processor for knowledge transfer and this is the dorsal root of learning mechanism. Motor cortex is the ventral root of knowledge transfer that describes the role of output processor. The association of these two roots provides permanent present tense for the working mechanism of brain. The third part of learning mechanism is temporal cortex which is known as the lateral root of knowledge transfer. It has two processors – memory processor and limbic processor. Memory consolidation presents the life of past tense while emotion processing reflects the pathways of future drives.

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Picture : Life of happy squirrel

Resources :

  • School system for knowledge transfer
  • Exams, results, stress and suicidal tendency
  • Amygdala system of human brain
  • Brainpage and high performance
  • Definition of life tenses

Shiva Narayan Jha
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

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Facts and findings of neuroscience must be applied to develop smart classroom of knowledge transfer in school system

Learning mechanism of brain is important for the knowledge transfer of school system. Research has been carried out in neuroscience to know the learning parts of brain but facts and findings have been collected for clinical perspectives. To treat mental and behavioral disorders is targeted in research work but no brain theory for book to brain knowledge transfer has been put forward for the advancement of school system.

Highlights :

  • Applied neuroscience and its findings for academic perspectives
  • Student’s brain and strong learning potentials
  • Dorsal and ventral brain roots of knowledge transfer
  • Basic parts of human brain to deal with learning mechanism

Human brain has the functional fundamental modalities of knowledge transfer such as learnogram, zeidgram, cyclozeid, learnograph and zeidgraph. Input and output processings are significant to smart learning in the working mechanism of brain. Learnogram of knowledge transfer runs in the association area of sensory cortex which is dorsal or posterior root of input processor. Association area of motor cortex provides the output processing of brain learning known as the zeidgram of knowledge transfer.

Whole education from school to university can be completed within 15 years’ time span using the brainpage theory of knowledge transfer.

We know that sensory cortex is the posterior root of knowledge transfer that conducts the input processing of learning mechanism. Once sensory information has entered into the cerebral cortex of brain, the learnogram of association areas starts the processing and analyzing of this information. Sensory information is combined and evaluated to be projected in the subcortical regions of brain. Then it is processed with definition spectrum and compared to prior experiences to provide the brain with an accurate picture of knowledge transfer.

Frontal lobes of brain describe motor cortex in general and this is the center of output processing considered as anterior roots of knowledge transfer. Zeidgram of its association areas also works to develop the plans of action that are sent to the brain’s motor regions to observe behavioral changes in the body through muscles or glands. Association areas are also important to create the zeidgram of our thoughts, plans and personality.

Teaching theories of education prescribed for knowledge transfer in school system

Input system of brain mechanism is responsible for the knowledge transfer of school chapters. Visual perception is advanced for smart learning and it produces strong memory in learning mechanism. It has been believed that inputs from different sensory organs are processed in the different areas of brain. Modulation of space, object and time within and among these specialized areas of the brain is known as the functional integration of knowledge transfer.

It is described in neuroscience that these different regions of the brain may not be solely responsible for only one sensory modality. But it could use multiple inputs to perceive what the body receives about its learning transfer. Multi-sensory integration is necessary for almost every activity that students perform during learning process. This combination of multiple sensory inputs is essential for school children to comprehend and consolidate the knowledge transfer of classroom.

Input processing of brain is activated by the sensory information of knowledge transfer and then the learning goes to association cortex for integrated composite transformation. This is the learnogram of knowledge transfer running in the posterior root of brain to develop the matrix and spectrum of subject matter.

Cognitive, limbic and motor loops of basal ganglia are important for the rehearsal of knowledge transfer. Cyclozeid is high speed learning machine which runs in the three circuits of basal ganglia to converge all types of learning into corresponding motor knowledge. It brings significant changes in attitude, behavior and thought. Amygdala projects learning drives in the working mechanism of brain and student’s chapter learnograph is modulated and consolidated in the hippocampal formation of medial temporal lobe.

Obviously, basal ganglia, diencephalon, cingulate cortex, hippocampal formation and amygdala are the five basic regions of subcortical brain included under the amygdala system of brain learnography.

In this way, two of the modalities such as cyclozeid and learnograph are projected in the amygdala system of brain. The ultimate transfer of knowledge occurs in the lateral posterior regions of cerebellum where refined motor knowledge is stored with space, object, time, instance and module. This is defined as the zeidgraph of knowledge transfer consolidated in cerebellar folia for the future events of life. That is why cerebellum contains large number of neurons more than half of the total neurons in brain.

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Resources :

  • Posterior roots of cerebral cortex for the learning mechanism of brain
  • Anterior roots of knowledge transfer in cerebral cortex
  • Brainpage theory of learnogram and zeidgram
  • Basal ganglia as the cyclozeid of knowledge transfer
  • Research work of neuroscience for clinical perspectives

Shiva Narayan Jha
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

Learning circuit of knowledge transfer is activated by the amygdala system of human brain

Techniques, speed, format and quality of the working brain are very important to achieve success in the learning mechanism of knowledge chapters. We know that learning is the knowledge transfer of subject matter. In school system, teaching performance runs on motivational techniques and high motivation stops the learning functions of amygdala system. Query matrix of knowledge set projects techniques to the prefrontal cortex of brain and speed is attained from the brainpage of definition spectrum. Format is evident in work performance and it is delivered by the application of task formator.

Prefrontal cortex is a part of the brain located at the front of frontal lobe. It is implicated in a variety of complex behaviors including planning and greatly contributes to personality development. Ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) is connected to ventral tegmental area, amygdala, temporal lobe, olfactory system and dorsomedial thalamus to receive input information for cognitive processing.

Amygdala system of brain must be rationalized in the learning process of school system, but it does not happen in the teaching theories of knowledge transfer. Ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) plays a vital role in the rationalization of amygdala system to inhibit harmful activities.

Executive functions, judgment, planning and high order functions are processed in prefrontal cortex. It also sends signals to many different brain regions including temporal lobe, amygdala, lateral hypothalamus, hippocampal formation, cingulate cortex and other regions of the prefrontal cortex. This huge network of connections affords ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) the ability to receive and monitor large amounts of sensory data and to affect and influence the projections of other brain regions, particularly the amygdala.

Amygdala plays a significant role in instigating the emotional reactions associated with anger and violence. With the vmPFC’s outputs to the amygdala, the vmPFC plays a part in preventing such behavior. Evidence has shown that impulsive criminals have decreased activity in prefrontal cortex and increased activity in subcortical areas such as the amygdala.

Brainpage theory of knowledge transfer is significant to increase functional activities in the regions of prefrontal cortex. The imbalance of amygdala with cortical areas can enhance actions that are created by negative emotions and limit the ability of prefrontal cortex to control these harmful emotions. Lower activation in the prefrontal cortex is also correlated with anti-social behavior. The dysfunction of ventromedial prefrontal cortex seems to be caused by lower levels of serotonin release.

How did Henry Molaison lose the ability of memory formation and why did he spend rest of his life in parmanent present tense?

In 1953, Henry Molaison underwent surgical removal of portions of the medial temporal lobes. Anterior hippocampus and surrounding regions were removed in an attempt to cure his epileptic seizures. Following the lobotomy surgery, his cognitive functions were mostly intact but he lost the ability to create new memories for facts and events, a condition known as anterograde amnesia. Such amnesia is typical in disorders that involve hippocampal dysfunction. In Alzheimer disease, hippocampus undergoes massive cell loss which is associated with memory deficits that manifest in early stages of the disease.

Why do London taxi drivers have the large volume of gray matter in posterior hippocampus in comparison to anterior region?

London cab drivers have the large volume of gray matter in posterior hippocampus and less gray matter in anterior hippocampus. It is fact that the knowledge of pathway navigation is related to the survival factors of life according to evolutionary perspective.

London taxi drivers are significantly more knowledgeable about the landmarks of pathway navigation and their spatial relationships. It is required to pass the tests of taxi driving license and so they practice heavily to consolidate the learning and spatial memory of pathways navigational motor knowledge. We know that anterior hippocampus is responsible for emotional, cognitive and associative processing. So, these drivers are observed weak in analytical reasoning, cognitive applications, academic knowledge and rational thoughts.

Stress and depression are associated with a loss of ability to generate new cells in the dentate gyrus. Hippocampus also shows loss of dendritic spines and reduced dendritic branching throughout its anatomical structure. In fact, hippocampal dysfunction is implicated in schizophrenia and associated disorders. It suggests that the hippocampal region of subcortical brain is particularly vulnerable to neuropsychiatric disease. Individuals who survive a hypoxic episode such as temporary deprivation of oxygen in brain often sustain hippocampal damage and anterograde amnesia.

Anterior hippocampus is connected to amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex and is thought to be involved principally in the regulation of emotion and stress. The posterior hippocampus is preferentially connected to the retrosplenial and posterior parietal cortices and is thought to be involved principally in cognitive and spatial processing.

The hippocampus of brain which is located in the medial region of temporal lobe forms the part of limbic system. It is particularly important in regulating emotional responses. Hippocampus is thought to be principally involved in storing long term memories and in making those memories resistant to learning and working. It is also thought to play an important role in spatial processing and pathway navigation.

School shooting is the evidence of education failing in the knowledge transfer of school system. It happens when there is diminished volume of the gray matter particularly in the areas of ventromedial prefrontal cortex and orbitofrontal cortex and so amygdala system of the brain is not rationalized in learning process. It is remarkable that school shooter is a student or former student. We have to change the teaching theories of school system in which amygdala system will be rationalized and students may secure highly developed prefrontal cortex in knowledge transfer.

School 2020 is the brainpage school of learnography. Academic knowledge is changed into emotional knowledge and then it is transformed into motor knowledge of performance. School 2020 is the brainpage school of knowledge transfer in which teaching is not necessary and homework is not required. Everything is finished in classroom. You can find the techniques, speed and format of work performance in the cerebellar learnography of human brain. This is the smart learning of knowledge transfer in which highly developed prefrontal cortex can be obtained during the learning process of classroom situations.

Picture : Sagittal section of human brain showing cerebral cortex, cerebellum, brainstem, hippocampus, uncus, amygdala, fornix, thalamus, hypothalamus and mammillary bodies

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Resources :

  • Rationalization of amygdala system
  • Incidence of school shooting
  • Prefrontal cortex and cognitive development
  • Henry Molaison and anterograde amnesia
  • London taxi drivers and posterior hippocampus

Shiva Narayan Jha
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

Amygdala system of brain projects first dimension of knowledge transfer in school performance

Success of academic performance depends upon the efficiency of knowledge transfer held in school system to provide quality learning for students. Subject matter is written in source book and it is transferred to brain through the process of brainpage modulation. Learning drives are needed in classroom to know the subject matter of prescribed chapters. In fact, learning initiative plays a critical role in the knowledge transfer of classroom, triggered by the amygdala system of brain.

Hippocampus of brain is primarily involved in learning and memory, while amygdala is primarily responsible for emotional processing. It is important to knowledge transfer that how sensory information gets to the brain and how motor knowledge can travel to the muscles of body parts for smart learning, precise writing and hard working. Together these two systems allow us to detect and respond to the learning of subject matter. But how do students engage with that knowledge transfer? How do they determine what is important for fast learning?

All types of knowledge transfer ultimately converted into the motor knowledge of cerebellar learnography

These are some basic queries of classroom performance in which learning will be secured and complete in school hours. Student’s activities must be focused to master the subject matter of chapter using the learning dimensions of brain. So, how do they conduct knowledge transfer in classroom situations? These higher cortical functions involve the complex circuits of amygdala system between neurotransmitters and hormones throughout the entire nervous system of learning mechanism. There are two main anatomical substrates of human brain like amygdala and anterior hippocampus that influence the learning process of students for the smart brainpage of knowledge chapters.

Amygdala describes the basic emotions of working mechanism and plays a vital part in the learning of survival factors such as life threats, food aroma, secured shelter, pathways navigation and reproductive drives. This is the core part of limbic system that decides the actions of physical body for the survival aspects of life in the particular field of surroundings. Amygdala, hippocampus, hypothalamus and other accessory nuclei form the amygdala system of brain that deals with the survival functions of life.

Learnogram of book to brain knowledge transfer runs in the association areas of cerebral cortex

Learning mechanism of brain is crucial to facilitate brainpage making process in the modulation of school chapters. Amygdala with anterior hippocampus plays a critical role in the knowledge transfer of school system. Amygdala system of brain deals with the three transfer circuits of cerebral cortex. Sensory cortex is considered as the input processor of knowledge transfer while the output processor of transfer circuit is defined in motor cortex and other frontal regions. Temporal lobe provides the circuit of knowledge processor.

Posterior to central sulcus is the region of input processor and this is also known as sensory inputs of information. Anterior to central sulcus is the region of output processor where higher order cortical function runs to rationalize the transfer of knowledge chapters by applying the modulation of motor knowledge.

The knowledge processor of information is located in temporal region of brain, inferior to lateral sulcus. Amygdala and hippocampus are found in medial temporal lobe and they act as the knowledge processor of learning mechanism. We know that hippocampus is the part of diencephalon and amygdala comes under the limbic system of brain. Temporal knowledge processor is the structure of interpretation and understanding that supports the many higher cortical functions of knowledge transfer.

Why is amygdala encapsulated in the uncus of medial temporal lobe?

Uncus is a hook shaped part located near the front of temporal lobe which is concerned with the senses of smell and taste. This is the anterior hooked extremity of parahippocampal gyrus on the basomedial surface of temporal lobe. The anterior face of uncus corresponds to the olfactory cortex and its ventral surface to entorhinal area. It is remarkable that deep to uncus lies the amygdala which has direct projections from the senses of smell and taste.

Food aroma is perceived by the senses of smell and taste which is vital to the survival of living organisms. First of all, olfactory sense developed during evolution to detect food aroma in the environment. Therefore, amygdala is very old part of the nervous system that regulates vital functions for the survival of life. So, it also plays critical roles in learning mechanism and information processing.

Amoeba is an unicellular animal and it has no sense organs. But it can detect food aroma in the surroundings for feeding. Amoeba eats tiny plants and animals present in pond water where it lives. It takes in food by extending finger like structures called pseudopodia from any part of its body. When a food particle comes near the amoeba, it produces two pseudopodia around the food particle and surrounds it. These pseudopodia then join around food particle and trap it in a food vacuole with a little water. So, the basic functions of amygdala system can be observed also in the feeding process of unicellular amoeba.

In human brain, amygdala is also connected with prefrontal cortex, an area involved with higher intellectual functions and receives sensory inputs from it all the time. But this is not a part of the conscious brain for thinking and reasoning. It does not think through images or situations in logical ways. Instead, amygdala is a part of the limbic system, an evolutionarily highly conserved area that was well developed in animals before man. This is the important part of brain to deal with loss aversion behavior and project an active vigilance for survival mechanism. It also decides zeid marker for learning efficiency and memory consolidation in the successful transfer of knowledge chapters.

Emotional knowledge is developed by the amygdala system of brain to show gesture, reactance and behavior in working and learning. It can be changed into learning force for cognitive learning and brainpage modulation. So, precise motor knowledge helps in the motivational control of knowledge transfer. The amygdala is an almond shaped structure underlying the uncus and located ventrally to corpus striatum in medial part of the temporal lobe. It also projects reciprocal connections to hypothalamus, basal ganglia and the regions of cerebral cortex. It plays important roles in visceral, endocrine and cognitive functions related to motivational behaviour.

Cerebellum is the miniaturized form of cerebrum in the working mechanism of brain. Motor knowledge is produced in the cerebral cortex of cerebrum. While motor knowledge is rehearsed in basal ganglia and precise motor knowledge develops in cerebellar learnography. Teaching is the performance of motor knowledge in which academic knowledge is transformed into motor knowledge by cerebellar learnography. Rational knowledge is embedded into emotional knowledge, then transformed into motor information for proper action. Amygdala system of student’s brain is hijacked in classroom during cerebellar teaching process and high motivation.

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Picture : Coronal section of human brain showing inferior lateral ventricles, uncus, amygdala, temporal lobe, frontal lobe and anterior lateral ventricles

Resources :

  • Roles of amygdala and anterior hippocampus in learning mechanism
  • Neuroscience of knowledge transfer
  • Knowledge circuits in the cerebral cortex of human brain
  • Three circuits of knowledge transfer
  • Sensory cortex, motor cortex and knowledge cortex

Shiva Narayan Jha
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

Learning mechanism of academic knowledge must be transformed into the working mechanism of motor knowledge

Our children learn mathematics, science, technology and literature in classroom and this is known as the academic knowledge of prescribed courses. Working mechanism of human brain converts academic knowledge into corresponding motor knowledge for the performance of high success in the learning process and grade achievement of school system. In fact, teaching is the performance of cognitive learning and rational thoughts in which academic knowledge is transformed into the motor knowledge of cerebellar learnography. Students have to achieve the motor knowledge of academic chapters to be small teachers and competent in school education.

It’s not a good idea that students don’t get time to practice the motor knowledge of subject matter in classroom. The learning hypothesis of knowledge chapter suggests that subject learning is most effective when practice sessions run in proper environment and movement to replicate target skill level and context for the performance of pencil power. The dimensions of brain learnography are also useful in brainpage making process for the effective learning of targets. The structure of task is defined by the interrogative matrix of questions.

Predefined task is vital in learning process and it may be difficult to understand the writing instances of solution. So, task processing results in the creation of definition spectrum where all relevant information pertaining to task performance is integrated. This representation becomes tightly coupled with increasing experience for brainpage development. As a result, removing or adding a significant source of information after a practice period where it was present or not, does not cause performance to deteriorate. Interestingly, alternating cognitive learning and motor practice can ultimately lead to a great skilled performance.

Learnography is not conventional education but brainpage theory of knowledge transfer

Cerebral cortex is the largest part of brain and it has three distinct regions in learnography – sensory cortex, motor cortex and temporal cortex. Sensory cortex is the main input of learning mechanism considered as the book cortex of knowledge transfer. Motor cortex is the pencil cortex in learning mechanism to generate the outcomes of knowledge transfer. Temporal lobe is the knowledge cortex of learnography that processes and consolidates declarative learning and memory with the spatial definition and localization of functional objects.

Human brain is unique in the development and application of motor knowledge. It is remarkable that motor learning brings a peculiar change in behavior resulting from practice or experience, in the capability of smart brainpage for responding. It often involves improving the smoothness and accuracy of motor knowledge and is obviously necessary for complicated pencil derivatives such as smart learning, writing and working. It is also important for calibrating new motor knowledge in segment breaking process like emotional streams and cognitive parameters for knowledge transfer. Learning mechanism of brain often considers relevant variables that contribute to motor knowledge formation, sensitivity of error detection process and potentials of knowledge transfer.

Although whole brain modulation is required in knowledge transfer, most tasks have a common feature that learning is acquired from brainpage making process. Voice, visual and finger are three dimensional approach to fast learning and high speed brainpage. Reading is speech learnography, while watching is visual learnography. But finger learnography is derived from the writing practice of motor knowledge.

Plant learnography deals with learning mechanism of herbs, shrubs and trees about modification and adaptation

Motor knowledge is relatively permanent in execution, as the capability to respond appropriately is acquired and retained in knowledge transfer. Learning of motor knowledge always reflects in behaviour and thinking during performance. It is true that all forms of knowledge such as emotional, cognitive, rational and academic are finally transformed into motor knowledge for the working mechanism of brain.

Learning mechanism of human brain is significant to the knowledge transfer of school system. The learnographical perspective of cerebral cortex has three distinct units such as book cortex, pencil cortex and knowledge cortex. Posterior to central sulcus is the region of book cortex or sensory cortex in general. The region of motor cortex is localized anterior to the central sulcus of brain called pencil cortex. Temporal lobe is the region of knowledge cortex that lies inferior to lateral sulcus. These are the main parts of cerebral cortex which take part in the modulation of knowledge transfer. Left temporal lobe provides the neural circuitry of learning school while working school is localized in right temporal lobe.

Cerebellum of the human brain is the miniaturized form of cerebrum. Motor knowledge is produced in the cerebral cortex of brain. While motor knowledge is rehearsed in basal ganglia and precise motor knowledge develops in cerebellar learnography. There are seven basic parts of the brain learnography. Book cortex (1), pencil cortex (2) and knowledge cortex (3) are the regions of cerebral cortex. But association cortex acts as the learnogram of knowledge transfer.

The fourth part of learnography is basal ganglia that act as the cyclozeid of learning mechanism. Diencephalon is the core of brain mechanism and this is the fifth part of learnography considered as the launcher of knowledge transfer. Cerebellum is the sixth part of learning mechanism which is known as the modulator of motor knowledge. The seventh part of learnography is brainstem that is responsible for the survival systems of life.

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Picture : A boy of about two years’ age rehearsing cerebellar learnography to walk and catch a targeted object

Resources :

  • Seven parts of brain learnography
  • Development of motor knowledge in school learnography
  • Knowledge transfer of school system
  • Modulator of knowledge transfer

Shiva Narayan Jha
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal