Brainpage theory is everything in the knowledge transfer of school system

Students are transformed into the small teachers of classroom. This is the School 2020 of knowledge transfer based on the ancient Taxshila Design of school system. Students must have the understanding of brain learnography challenges like brainpage coding, brainpage performance and brainpage management in the learning process of knowledge transfer. It is an amazing fact of the school education that some of the well-educated parents prefer homeschooling for knowledge transfer and better academic performance.

Students are encouraged in classroom to conduct knowledge transfer using the brainpage theory of learnography. Do it by yourself means do it without the help of anyone, whether expert or not. DIYA ethic refers to the ethic of self-sufficiency through completing tasks without the aid of a paid professional. Literally meaning “Do It Yourself Attitude”, the DIYA ethic promotes the idea that anyone is capable of performing a variety of tasks rather than relying on paid specialists.

Highlights :

  • Zeid factor and focused learning
  • Prominent educators and their teaching theories
  • A classroom of small teachers
  • Challenges of knowledge transfer

Small teachers must have open source learning in classroom that they are makers and creators in the field of learnography. They don’t sit around waiting for things to happen. They make them happen for instance guided object learning. They like the engagement that they get with their classroom moderator (big teacher) at these kinds of knowledge transfer and brainpage making process.

Why are students talking mostly about their grade performance in school system?

We know that knowledge transfer is directly proportional to the learning drives of brain. Grade target is the source of zeid factors in real learning. In classroom, students are always suggested to keep the focus on learning activities, not on grade preparation. Educators are trained in the teaching theories of education but they don’t know the brainpage theory of learnography in which zeid factor is projected in limbic circuit to produce learning drives in the working mechanism of brain. It’s true that grades can activate the production of zeid factors in limbic circuit to draw the learning pathways of high performance.

One of the international educators asked, “Are students in your school talking mostly about their grades or mostly about what they’re learning?” He said, “Let’s create school environments that shift the conversation. And keep the focus on learning chapters, not on grades.” This motivation is not appropriate to generate zeid factors for the learning mechanism of brain. Why are we working at the office or in the factory? To get the salary is the simple answer of earning. Salary is the earning of money that can project zeid factors to the amygdala system of brain based on loss aversion rule.

Why do we sometimes struggle hard when we are learning something new?

When we learn something, neural circuits are altered in our brain. These circuits are composed of a number of neurons (nerve cells) that communicate with one another through special junctions called synapses. It has been discovered that learning is about creating and strengthening neural pathways in brain that allow knowledge to transfer between brain cells. The first time synaptic potential crosses from one brain cell to another requires the greatest effort. The first projection is the most difficult, but knowledge transfer becomes easier over time. As we continue to apply effort to new challenges, we establish more stable and reliable zeid pathways, until the synaptic connection is so strong that knowledge transfer becomes effortless without hard cognitive thinking.

Do-It-Yourself-Attitude (DIYA)

Do It Yourself Attitude means just do it without the help of experts and also without the help of any guide. But you might take the help of a friend or anyone who is not professional and you don’t need to pay him. In village learnography, Do It Yourself Attitude is the method of building, modifying or repairing things without the direct aid of experts or professionals. DIYA is abbreviation for do-it-yourself-attitude. This is the activity of decorating, repairing home or making other things for your home yourself, rather than paying someone else to do it for you.

Human brain creates modular brainpage of the world around us. We can use this modulation to perceive and comprehend what we see at any given space with objects and time. We also collect memories and experiences from our past life and imagine progressive future to draw the pathways of intuitive destiny. Anterior hippocampus of the brain is engaged at these high level cognitive functions such as perception, imagination and recall of scenes and events.

Create Wealth With DIYA, Do It Yourself Attitude

Billy is neither expert nor professional, but he saved $400 by repairing the furnace at his home. The working mechanism of brain always transfers knowledge and experience in the circuits of brain learnography. Since Billy disliked spending money on things that don’t improve the quality of his life or happiness like home maintenance, he decided that he was going to try to fix furnace problem himself.

So, he googled the problem on internet and watched some youtube videos to learn how to fix the problem. He educated himself first by studying online sources and then knew new skills to fix the working parts of furnace. Billy learned that the projects of do-it-yourself-attitude aren’t something he needed to be afraid of outcomes.

In fact, learning how to become a do-it-yourself-master is one of the best ways to save money, reinvest the money you saved and begin your journey to wealth. Billy purchased some parts and goods at $100 from the market for furnace maintenance. Then he made the imaginative plan of maintenance and repaired the furnace before winter by saving $400.

Embrace the do-it-yourself-attitude of performance in learning, writing and working. You can do it. Save yourself some cash from repairing and then invest the money you saved. Let a DIYA project become your secret weapon to create wealth by repairing and saving. It has worked well for Billy and he has completed a couple of other projects himself. The logic and math of DIYA project are simple in practice. One way to become wealthy is by finding $100 do-it-yourself solutions to $500 problems, and then reinvesting the money you save over and over again.

In fact, the zeid factors of our brain decide the working pathways of our life. There are five main brain circuits of knowledge transfer such as cognitive circuit, limbic circuit, memory circuit, motor circuit and zeid circuit. The circuitry of human brain is unique in advanced learning mechanism and modular brainpage making process for school performance. Mistake is a form of zeid factor that always draws the attention of its maker to fix the problem with suitable content. Self-taught individual knows the techniques of mistake theory and brainpage correction. Obviously, mistake is a great teacher that directs the right pathway to performance and success.

The functions of DIYA modulation are processed in the limbic circuit of cingulate gyrus, parahippocampal gyrus and diencephalon to project the zeid factor in amygdala memory circuit for loss aversion. Zeid factor is related to inhibitory competing behavior in the selection of working pathways. This is our cognitive ability to do something and do it well. Brain’s ability to assess our performance accurately is a crucial cognitive function in knowledge transfer. It allows us to make valid decisions about what we should do and shouldn’t do.

Home : Learnography

Picture : Cube functions providing the rehearsals of brainpage theory, free pictures from the PEXELS

Resources :

  • Brainpage theory, DIYA Projects and knowledge transfer
  • Billy and Do It Yourself Projects
  • Grade performance and learning activities
  • Brain circuits for knowledge transfer

Shiva Narayan Jha
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

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