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What is the first dimension of knowledge transfer for students in school system?

Education provides conventional learning in school system. This is the age of science and technology but teaching is not the scientific system of knowledge transfer for students in classroom. Brainpage theory of learnography is the neuroscience of knowledge transfer. This is the scientific method of classroom in which students will finish everything for knowledge transfer using the dimensions of their brain learnography. Training is not essential for teachers in learnography but students are trained in learning mechanism to apply the query matrix, definition spectrum, task formator, segment solver, zeid compass, module builder and innovation derivative of brain circuits. The learning mechanism of our brain always seeks the matrix of knowledge to create the possibilities and sequences of brainpage modulation. It develops from the question set or titles of chapter segments and provides instance guided object learning (IGOL).

Our attention is always focused on the goal oriented task processing of working hands to ascertain possibilities and high success in the performance. We know that the matrix of questions determines working pathways for the knowledge transfer and quality evaluation in school system. Fast learning is initialized in the processing of formatted questions. It’s true that query matrix is the first dimension of brain learnography used to modulate smart brainpage in the learning transfer of information. It is also important that matrix order is the first dimension of knowledge chapter defining along zeid pathways in the rows and columns of learning space for the queries of structural and functional objects. The distinct pathway of knowledge matrix initiates instance guided object learning (IGOL) in the classroom.

Highlights :

  1. How do you design and process the knowledge transfer of classroom to amplify children’s learning?
  2. If you asked your students, “What in this room supports your learning, and what gets in the way of it” what might they say?
  3. What are some teacher tips on how to make everything a student needs really accessible for high speed knowledge transfer?
  4. How do you integrate flexible seating in classroom to maximize learning transfer?

These questions were collected from a chatting program conducted by honorable teachers and writers. Some educators arranged this chatting program on social media for a particular hashtag topic. One prominent educator was chat moderator to launch the streaming of interactive discussions about efficient learning space, classroom arrangement and learning transfer to the students. Teachers and writers were taking part in the chatting by expressing their views, suggestions and determination how to amplify students’ learning in the classroom. Obviously, the set of questions was the first dimension to start chatting on the issues of learning space and student’s initiatives in classroom situations.

  1. How do you create spaces to showcase learning transfer in the classroom? What does it look like?
  2. What about quiet learning spaces for reflection, decompression, and to validate the introverts?
  3. What types of spaces do you create for collaboration (space where students can sketch, build or create)?
  4. Have you considered your teacher’s footprint for knowledge transfer? Is it possible to minimize or eliminate your workspace for the environment of learning development (ELD)?

The interaction between teachers was informative and very interesting in sharing their statements and experiences. It was running on the matrix of questions. Most important aspect of this interactive program was the methods of questioning and answering. The chat moderator gave eight questions one at a time for discussion and the program took good speed in few minutes. It was running smoothly and politely without any interruption and hesitation.

Educators and writers were very qualified as they were giving answers from their high quality knowledge, deep thoughts and valuable experiences. The role of chat moderator was praiseworthy in managing the balanced momentum for proper chat and discussion. The question was the bottom line for interaction and its matrix fixed the pathway of chatting program. In fact, questions were transferring views and ideas on the social media. It’s a great evidence for the development of school system that the matrix of questions is the first dimension of knowledge transfer in classroom learning.

A widespread and accepted use of questions in an educational context is the assessment of students’ knowledge through exams. Questions are used from the most elementary stage of learning to original research.

In the scientific method, a question often forms the basis of collective information and investigation. It can be considered as the transition between observation and hypothesis stages. Students of all ages use questions in their learning of topics. They are engaged in goal oriented tasks by defining questions in learning process. We know that the formative skill of creating questions is a central part of the inquiry based education. Student’s responses to the Socratic method of questioning may be used by a teacher to lead the student towards the truth of knowledge transfer without direct instruction. The process of question formation also helps the students to understand logical conclusions in problem solving activities.

Fear is the default emotion of life for the working mechanism of brain. Exam fear is really the fear of questions and answers, and we can say that this is the fear of failure or success. Before students can master their fear, they must acknowledge it first for learning transfer. Rather than avoiding the fear of questions, students must become aware of it and use it as a guide to sharpen focus and decision making cognition for high academic performance. Do not let fear get out of your control and become panic in learning transfer and brainpage making process. Your brain is everything and responsible for your failure or success. Have the first dimension of knowledge transfer and make high speed modular brainpage to secure smart grades in the tests and school performance.

Amygdala system of brain is responsible for fear projections in working circuits and cingulate gyrus is localized in brain to produce the different channels of emotion. Most successful people want to push themselves beyond past accomplishments. In order to do this, they push themselves outside their comfort zone of working and living. This means by facing the fear of failure continually, they can predict their own responses towards future drives when stressed and stretched. The limbic circuit of human brain is programmed naturally to pay more attention to negative thought or information that produces fearful responses in the brain circuits.

Fear is the factor of our survival instinct in working or living. It deals with aversion to loss or harm and protects us from failing in performance. That is why we tend to remember negative or traumatic information better than neutral or even positive experiences. A lot of people put their fear into different categories and then bring it out when they’re ready to take a closer look at it. In so many ways, fear perception is nature’s way of making sure that we don’t practice something stupid in behavior. Real challenge is calling out those times when we just don’t take the next step because of the fear of failure or the fear of success. In fact, the problem of fear is resolved in the brainpage theory of knowledge transfer because of cognitive development and cerebellar learnography.

Education provides conventional learning in school system that is easy and comfortable in sitting and listening. This is the age of science and technology but teaching is not the scientific system of knowledge transfer for students in the classroom. Brainpage theory of learnography is the neuroscience of knowledge transfer. This is the scientific method of children’s classroom in which students will finish and learn everything required for effective knowledge transfer using the substrates, physical activities and dimensions of their brain learnography.

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Training or Ed degree is not essential for the teachers in school learnography but class students are skilled in the learning mechanism of motor knowledge. They are trained in classroom leadership, teamwork and brainpage development to apply the query matrix, definition spectrum, task formator, segment solver, zeid compass, module builder and innovation derivative of knowledge transferring brain circuits (KTBC). The learning mechanism of our brain always seeks the matrix tasks of knowledge to create the possibilities and sequences of brainpage modulation. It develops from the question set or titles of chapter segments and provides instance guided object learning (IGOL) for the high speed modular transfer of knowledge chapters in learning process.

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Pictures : Featured image from the Pexels showing fear perception and the eye of cyclone, other images about fear, question and answer showing the light of knowledge

Resources :

  • Methods of effective knowledge transfer in the learning process of school system
  • Substrates, learnodynamics and dimensions of effective knowledge transferring brain circuits (KTBC)
  • Significance of teaching system and teacher’s training in school education
  • Impacts of time bound questions matrix on the amygdala system of human brain

Shiva Narayan Jha
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

By Happiness Classroom

This is the school of knowledge transfer in which the learning fields of brainpage theory are launched in the classroom like the workplace of knowledge transfer. Teaching is not necessary because students learn from source books by applying the working dimensions of brain circuits. Everything is finished in school hours and homework is not required for practice. A classroom of small teachers is defined in school learnography to make high speed brainpage modules in book to brain learning transfer.

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