Mathematics is not the favorite subject for many students because they have to apply the intuitive ideas of deep learning circuits. The prefrontal cortex of brain is pressurized to work hard in the problem solving activities of mathematics. This is the region of rational brain that requires the high volume of anatomical gray matter and the strong thick projections of white matter. In fact, the knowledge transfer of mathematics is similar to the modular brain learning of bike riding in the brainpage theory of learnography. Student’s pencil power is defined as the finger mapping motor knowledge of brain circuits, the best tool for the high speed learning transfer of mathematical zeids.

Why do young brains like to talk much in school? They forget to recognize that classroom is defined as the space of learning transfer. So, we have to convert talking classroom into brainpage school. Long term memory of the brain circuits develops from the imaging of interaction about space, object and time. Just opposite, young brains are compelled to watch and listen to teaching performance. In neurological analysis, teaching process is considered as the one way talking of brain circuits. That is why brain science is not working in school and brainpage is not made for knowledge transfer.

Cognitive knowledge is acquired from the academic learning of school system, but motor knowledge is crucial to knowledge transfer in the classroom. Learnography is the school of knowledge transfer and it is defined as the Gyanpeeth in Taxshila Ethics. Students become small teachers to make brainpage in the learning transfer of mathematics. It is fact that mathematics is the root of all types of knowledge learning, therefore, all subjects should be learnt in the classroom like the learning dimensions of mathematics.

Learnography is the school of knowledge transfer and it is mainly based on the learning facts of mathematics. Teacher to student learning transfer is provided in education system, but learnography conducts book to brain knowledge transfer in the classroom for brainpage making process. Students know that they have to write the answers in the exams by extracting brainpage modules from the working mechanism of brain circuits.

Mathematics is a difficult subject for many students but it becomes very easy in the classroom of school learnography. Object language is always written in modular structure and mathematics is the subject of modular learning. The biology of our brain collects information and knowledge from the objects, events and formatting facts of surroundings and its learning is processed in modules. In practice, brainpage module becomes faster in mathematics to finish problem solving activities. Instance guided object learning (IGOL) is also effective in the numerical solutions of physics.

It is obvious that mathematics becomes an easy subject like the learning of bike riding in the brainpage theory of learnography. Students will have to apply the learning dimensions of brain circuits to make brainpage module from the chapters of mathematics. Everything is given in the source book of knowledge transfer and students should know how to apply the dimensions of learning circuits of brain to develop smart brainpage in algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus. It’s easy like how to practice and learn the bicycle riding on the tracks of defined pathways.

In this way, maths learning is similar to bike riding in the working circuits of human brain. Only students have to apply and practice the dimensions of knowledge transfer to make smart brainpage and writing pathways in classroom learnography. We know that the chapter of mathematics is famous for the matrix set of questions given in each exercise page. Question is the first dimension of knowledge transfer because it reflects the matrix of subject matter to search exact module from the brainpage of maths chapter.

In fact, the knowledge transfer of classroom is a good example of why we usually hold information and zeids in the short-term memory of our hippocampus. It is necessary to accomplish some tasks that we have planned to do at a particular place. The problem solving task of mathematics is an example of short-term memory in which students can mentally explore and calculate several possible options before choosing the one exact module that will lead to the end of right solution.

The development of brainpage and high volume gray matter gives consistent deep learning to the cognitive part of brain circuits. Module building page in the object language of learnography can be made for the memory formation of long hours, defined as the stability in learning transfer. To apply the motor knowledge of brain circuits is the basic design of knowledge transfer in mathematics.

Shiva Narayan

Principal

Golden Star Secondary School

Rajbiraj, Nepal

### Mathematics in brain, body and behavior

The intuitive brainpage of mathematics is modulated by the seven dimensions of knowledge transfer such as query matrix, definition spectrum, block solver, hippo compass, module builder, task formator and dark knowledge. In fact, maths becomes interesting subject like the learning of bike riding or horse galloping when we use motor science in the learning transfer of classroom. We often use motivation to teach maths chapter. Emotion is the basic part of human language but maths chapter is learnt in object language. Also, the seven dimensions of learning transfer are applied in problem solving activities.

## 4 replies on “Learning transfer in mathematics is similar to the modular brain learning of bike riding”

Great articles you have here, and I love the galloping horse in this post! It’s so cute!

Hugs,

Tamara (Nika)

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Thanks! Here, galloping horse represents the cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry of motor science that can provide high speed learning transfer in the problem solving activities of mathematics. It may be comfortable if we use the seven dimensions of maths knowledge in the classroom. I also like this dynamic horse. You are most welcome!

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You are so creative!

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Thanks!

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