Toddlers are mostly restless in behavior and always engaged in walking, jumping, running, playing and talking. This is the cerebellar learnography of knowledge transfer and it can shape children what they will become later in future life. The learning mechanism of toddler’s brain is found very active in knowledge transfer from the elders, actions and objects of the surroundings. Growing up with a brother or sisters may actually have an impact on children’s mental and physical health.
- Learning is crucial at any point in our life and it is important to keep learning and seeking.
- Small teachers may be significant to the knowledge transfer of classroom system.
- Older people living with siblings have a higher sense of the morale to contribute in knowledge transfer.
- The small teacher may be a good big brother or sister to the younger siblings by supporting them to reduce hardships in learning transfer.
Nitika is a small teacher for her loving younger brother Satyam. In fact, living is learning and learning is living. Hence, living and learning are reciprocal in knowledge transfer running through the whole life.
Satyam is a toddler below three years age and Nitika is his elder sister below six years age. Satyam is always imitating Nitika’s actions to repeat and learn in actual living. One morning, Satyam said to me, “What are you doing, Grandpa? Where is your smartphone? I was amazed at listening to these questions because Nitika asked me such questions. Then he added that he would like to watch The White Elephant of Motu Patlu Serial. In real life, Satyam copied and learnt these questions and actions from his elder sister Nitika.
Matrix of the questions is the first dimension of knowledge transfer.
Sibling bond in the family means a lifetime of emotional support, a close friendship and an endless number of joyful moments. That is why it should come as no surprise that holding onto a tight relationship with brothers and sisters can lead to happiness later in life. Older people living with the siblings have a higher sense of the morale in knowledge transfer. So the bonding with brothers, sisters and grandparents isn’t only important as we grow and mature, but may also bring major benefits later in the toddler’s life. The older sibling is considered as the small teacher because younger siblings do notice each movement seriously and they are very likely to copy language, behaviors and activities.
Mirror neurons in the toddler’s brain are very active to imitate the behaviors and activities of elder brothers and sisters for learning transfer. These neurons are located in the ventral part of frontal cortex of brain. Another neuroscientist found these mirror neurons in the somato-sensory cortex of parietal lobe. In my opinion, these neurons are also located in all the inputs of sensory cortex and the striatum of basal ganglia. Because these brain regions are related to the learning transfer of skill, knowledge and merit.
Siblings may be the single most important influence on children. Being a good big brother or sister as a small teacher can make a big difference to younger siblings. Though parents can act as moderators in the family, the relationship between siblings is also a key aspect of development into a responsible and successful person in the world. The small teacher may be a good big brother or sister to the younger siblings by supporting them to reduce hardships, doing essential things for them and setting a good example as role model to make the proper brainpage of imitation in knowledge transfer.
Miniature school is the teamwork design of small teachers to launch book to brain knowledge transfer (BBKT) in classroom learnography. The practice of learning transfer starts on time through brainpage making process and classroom learning operation does not wait for the teacher’s arrival. It’s amazing that the leadership (student) of miniature school conducts the knowledge transfer in classroom and the teacher acts as a moderator to support them in brainpage making process. In classroom, brainpage theory is necessary for students to make the smart modules of knowledge transfer in school hours instead of listening to teaching performance.
Mistakes are the necessary steps of brain cognitive mapping in the learning process. Once the mistakes have served their purpose in learning transfer to find right pathways, they should be forgotten and not repeated. After learning about what they go through to be able to do this, it’s not even cool anymore in knowledge transfer. Short topic video or podcast may be a powerful educational tool, especially for children in brainpage making process and corresponding knowledge transfer. So how can we place mistake effects in young people’s learning experiences to contribute the smart brainpage of classroom knowledge transfer.
Great pedagogy is the backbone of modern education that deals about taking two dimensional theory of classroom knowledge transfer such as teaching and learning. But the third dimension of learning mechanism is very powerful to provide chapter brainpage in learning process. It is about creating methods and experiences that allow learning to leap off the page and come alive in high performing classrooms.
Never stop learning ! Never stop brainpage making process in knowledge transfer.
It is fact that knowledge transfer follows the learning dimensions of brain circuits. Whole knowledge is written and built in structures, but it is not learned in brain with whole formatting structure. Learning transfer always happens in pieces, module or segments.
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We are always putting the pieces together to construct the whole structure of learning process. Therefore, how we connect the pieces together in classroom planning, miniature school, teamwork performance and the learning transfer of our students. Stress at home will almost always impact learning at school. We know this from our own experience as adults. Think how much harder it is for kids to handle in knowledge transfer. Start learning the ways of the leader and the innovator. Their craft is based on making knowledge transfer better in school system.
Small teachers may be significant to the knowledge transfer of classroom system. Younger brother learns many things from the elder sister while walking, running and playing in the surrounding environment. Here, the sister acts as a small teacher for her toddler brother in real life situations. Neuroplasticity is the capacity of human brain to continue to grow and change with experience and learning throughout the whole life. Learning is crucial at any point in our life and it is important to keep learning and seeking, no matter what the age is coming. But neuroscientists suggest that human brain begins to shrink at old age. It is believed that the brain stops growing and wears out with age like the other parts of our body.
Pictures : Featured image and other images showing Satyam and his elder sister Nitika
- The toddler’s behavior, cerebellar learnography and learning attitudes
- Neuroplasticity as physical changes in the brain regions
- Brain shrinkage and the problems of old age
- Contribution of the small teachers in the knowledge transfer of classroom
- Imitation of the mirror neurons in learning transfer and required skill development
Shiva Narayan Jha
Golden Star Secondary School