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Students write exact answers in the exams from the brainpage modules of knowledge transfer

The prefrontal cortex of brain grows to be larger and more efficient in those students who regularly practice the brainpage development of knowledge transfer.

Teacher will do nothing and students will do everything in the collaborative classroom of knowledge transfer

Knowledge is written in the subject book and the page of learning book is known as the source page of knowledge transfer. Teachers also study the source pages of textbook to develop corresponding brainpage modules before they perform topics in the classroom. We also read some pages of informative knowledge to create new ideas for the design of a particular mapping, pathways and structure. Three pages are related to the learning transfer of school system and these pages are sourcepage, brainpage and zeidpage.

Importance of Source Page

Students have to read the source page for learning transfer and subject matter is projected to brain circuits for learning, understanding and memory formation. The learning mechanism of student’s 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 their 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.

Homework Culture

School is built for learning transfer but teaching system is not effective in classroom to conduct relevant projections for the knowledge transfer of student’s brain. That is why homework is given to students to make brainpage in home learning. This is the drawback of education system and teachers are blamed for low grade performance. In fact, the system of knowledge transfer is defective, not the teachers. We know that everything is learnt in brain, so knowledge must be transferred to student’s brain regions and it is done in the brainpage making process of learnography.

Yes, it’s true that most learning transfer happens in the home learning of students. Therefore, we have to change the school system of knowledge transfer and then everything will be finished completely in the classroom.

Massive Workloads

Brainpage Modules

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 student’s brain.

Neuroscience helps yoga practitioners

Yoga practitioners describe the different parts of brain that show the neural changes in volume and size after the regular practice of meditation, pranayam and asann for three months. Neuroscience is also working with control groups to explain the evidences of fMRI scanning for the success of yoga and mindfulness meditation. Learning transfer goes to student’s brain but neuroscience is not working to show the neural modules of knowledge transfer in student’s brain regions. Obviously, cingulate cortex, hippocampus and amygdala are the parts of student’s brain dealing with the emotional aspects of thoughts, feelings and behavior. The prefrontal cortex of brain executes logical functions in brainpage making process. It is fact that classroom can observe the positive effect of knowledge transfer in student’s brainpage development.

Hippocampus shrinks with age

It is possible that the brainpage development of knowledge transfer may be beneficial to mitigate age related neuro-degenerative disorders. We know that hippocampus is involved in memory storage and retrival, and it is known to shrink with age. This is the same part of the brain that is first affected in dementia and alzheimer’s disease. The cingulate cortex of limbic brain plays a key role in emotional regulation, learning and memory. The amygdala of limbic circuit is a part of the brain that deals with experience and emotions. These parts of student’s brain becomes more efficient and positive in the modulation of knowledge transfer to produce high performing hands in the classroom.

Brain grows in knowledge transfer

The prefrontal cortex of brain grows to be larger and more efficient in those students who regularly practice the brainpage development of knowledge transfer. This is a part of the brain that deals with logic, planning, thinking and decision making, and manages the working potentials in multitasking. In fact, modular brainpage develops from the knowledge transfer and motor skills of subject chapters. It is obvious that EEG device cannot measure thoughts and feelings in medical science. It can record the cortical activities of brain but it’s not working for the subcortical reasons of brain. In my opinion, artificial intelligence (AI) can interpret the brainpage of knowledge transfer that is modulated in the subcortical and cerebellar regions of brain.


Shiva Narayan
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

Brainpage School

Happiness Classroom ! Book is the transfer source of knowledge and student’s brain is the transfer target of learning. To be high performing students, make brainpage in collaborative classroom by applying the seven dimensions of knowledge transfer. The motor science of knowledge transfer should be launched in the classroom for the learning development and brainpage modules of Autistic or ADHD students. Let the students use motor knowledge to make smart brainpage in the classroom from book to brain direct learning transfer. The cyclozeid of knowledge transfer is rehearsed in the classroom to produce high speed zeidstream in the working mechanism of brain circuits.

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.

2 replies on “Students write exact answers in the exams from the brainpage modules of knowledge transfer”

The newest research shows that learning is still very important in old age. The learning center just moves to another brain region. People, who use their brain every single day, are much less likely to suffer from memory loss. It’s rarely mentioned anywhere, but drawing from life every single day increases brain flexibility to a great extent which accounts for 75% better cognitive function as compared to people who do not do arts. Exercise and simple mind tasks account for much less cognitive improvement.
I’d say we are here to learn. We should never stop learning and using our brain actively.
Such articles as yours are helpful.

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Never stop learning, Happy New Year !!!
Brain starts to shrink with old age but learning and knowledge transfer keep brain regions healthy for memory formation and cognitive processing. Yes, it’s true !

Drawing is an excellent example of learning and knowledge transfer in which the cognitive knowledge of arts and drawings is converted into the motor knowledge of finger mapping.

The motor science of upper limbs deals with the power, flexibility and precision of our brain regions, hands and fingers in writing, learning and working.

Thanks for reading and writing comments !

Happiness Classroom
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