If students start schooling at the age of five years, whole education should be finished within the period of 15 years. Then they will be free to work at the age of 20 years. It’s true that the creativity, will power and working passion are found very high at the age of 20 years.

It’s amazing that the average span of modern education is very long, more than the period of 20 years and it lasts till the age of 25 years to 30 years. One of the bloggers wrote, “if students finish complete education at the age of 20 years and achieve mental, financial and living freedom, it is very likely that they will be able to create new innovations, establish great projects and manufacture good things in building the future.

There are three main levels of the knowledge transfer in academic system such as primary learnography, secondary learnography and university learnography. The distribution of time period may be arranged in the following taxshila design such as Primary – 5 years, Secondary – 4 years and University – 5 years. One year is provided for apprenticeship. In this way, the total period of time required is 15 years span for the complete knowledge transfer of student’s master learnography. Kindergarten level should be finished before the age of five years.

Primary learnography consists of two parts – foundation course and culture course. Foundation course is the first part of primary learnography and it takes two years to practice and apply the first and second dimensions of knowledge transfer. The period of 3 years is provided for culture course to focus on the third dimension of learnography. Primary children have unique behavior to explore and learn new things. These dimensions can help in making the brainpage of matrix and spectrum for learning transfer. The third dimension will build the search engine of brain mechanism to explore the subject matter of academic courses.

Secondary learnography deals with the proficiency course of knowledge transfer and it takes 4 years to finish this level by applying the 4th, 5th and 6th dimensions of brainpage theory. University learnography deals with the specialization course that is conducted on the 5th, 6th and 7th dimensions of knowledge transfer. The first part of university learnography runs for the bachelor’s degree and the period of 3 years is given to finish undergraduate courses. And the period of 2 years is suitable for the master’s degree and one year is provided for the apprenticeship of post-graduate courses.

Classroom runs in school learnography as the workplace of knowledge transfer.

There are five fundamental themes of the knowledge transfer categorized in school learnography such as kindergarten course, foundation course, culture course, proficiency course and specialization course. The time period of knowledge transfer from kindergarten to master’s degree is defined as Taxshila Span (1+2+3+4+3+2+1) which will be complete at the age of 20 years. The time pattern of taxshila span is described as kindergarten 1 year, foundation 2 years, culture 3 years, proficiency 4 years, bachelor’s degree 3 years, master’s degree 2 years and apprentice 1 year. School learnography is always focused on the brainpage theory of knowledge transfer based on the learning circuits, anatomical facts and functional findings of neurological studies.

Learnography is not the teaching theories of education but this is the brainpage theory of knowledge transfer. In classroom teaching, educators convert academic knowledge into motor knowledge to perform the topics for the learning and understanding of students. Teaching performance is carried out in human language but this is not the language of learning transfer. Students have to practice maths chapter in object language to make brainpage for knowledge transfer.

We have to change the working system of education in which teaching performance is everything in classroom, but learning is not transferred to student’s brain. The teacher may be a good moderator in the brainpage making process of classroom by helping students to overcome the hardships and challenges of knowledge transfer in school system.


Shiva Narayan
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal
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2 thoughts on “Graduation of the master’s degree possible at 20 years’ age in the brainpage theory of knowledge transfer

    1. We know that learning is knowledge transfer to brain circuits, but teaching is not knowledge transfer. It may be classroom instruction, motivation or guidance to make knowledge page in the learning process of problem solving activities. In fact, knowledge is formatted, rehearsed and transferred to the student’s brain circuits in the form of neuronal working modules. The brainpage of learning transfer developed from these modules of the brain circuits is consolidated in the cortical regions of brain.

      There are three types of pages related to the learning transfer of school system and these pages are sourcepage, brainpage and zeidpage. Knowledge is written in the book and the page of learning book is known as the sourcepage of knowledge transfer.

      The teacher also reads sourcepage to develop corresponding brainpage before he performs in the classroom. We also read some pages to create new ideas in brain circuits for the design of a particular mapping, pathways and structure.

      Students have to read the sourcepage for learning transfer and subject matter is projected to brain circuits for memory formation. The learning mechanism of our brain consists of very large anatomical, functional and structural regions to conduct book to brain knowledge transfer.

      Learning is stored in the formatting circuits of brain regions and this modular knowledge page is known as brainpage. Students write answers in the exams by extracting the exact module from their brainpage. Writing on the paper is defined as the zeidpage of knowledge transfer because it is written by the finger mapping of motor knowledge extracted from their brainpage modules.

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