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Truth of high class teaching and knowledge transfer in student’s brain

Biologically, all students have similar brains in learning, writing and working. It is fact that everything is learnt in brain and everything is done by brain. If we analyze the anatomical and functional regions of brain circuits, we won’t find great differences in cortices, association areas, limbic regions, basal ganglia circuitry and cerebellar circuitry. Teaching performance can’t activate these anatomical regions for the learning transfer of student’s brain.

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Our education system is running on the teaching theories of learning transfer in which teacher to student knowledge transfer is conducted in the classroom to provide quality education. But nothing is transferred to student’s brain and we do not observe any physical changes or plasticity in the brain regions of learning circuits. Neuroscientists can verify this truth by using neuro-imaging or fMRI scan. With the advancement of science and technology, they must be able to see the knowledge transfer of academic contents in the working circuits of student’s brain.

Brainpage in home learning

The teaching system of education may increase the possibility of mental disorders like PTSD, autism, schizophrenia, ADHD and other working disorders. The teacher rehearses the brainpage of motor knowledge in classroom performance, but students watch and listen passively without the actions of motor knowledge for the period of 12 years. Those students who make brainpage in home learning are observed intelligent in learning transfer and can achieve excellence in academic performance. The students without the brainpage of home learning always fail in the learning transfer of school system and most of them do not reach the university for higher education.

Neurological Disturbances

From academic perspective, there are three main parts of the brain system – chapter brain, limbic brain and core brain. The knowledge transfer of learnography is based on the facts and findings of neurological studies. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is mainly caused by the neurological disturbances of limbic brain, especially cingulate circuitry. The first dimension of learning transfer is very powerful to control the hyperactivity of amygdala system and activate the cognitive circuit of prefrontal cortex. The brainpage theory of learnography may be useful to control many types of neurological disorders because cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry is heavily used in book to brain knowledge transfer.

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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, so homework is not required for learning and writing at home. A classroom of small teachers is defined in school learnography to make high speed brainpage modules in book to brain learning transfer.

10 replies on “Truth of high class teaching and knowledge transfer in student’s brain”

What are the results with adults (anyone over the age of 18)? I know that starting any program geared toward learning is best with a fresh young mind, but how about a mind that has already loaded with years of learning and experiencing life. I am not a scientist just wondering as I have memory deficits and have trouble concentrating. Thank you.

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It’s an interesting comment for learning and experiencing. I have read your comments three times and I think that you are good in the writing and sequencing of thoughts. You can perform reading and writing well in spite of memory deficits.

Book to brain knowledge transfer does not differentiate kids and adults to process chapters in the learning circuits of brain. In fact, brain is the rider of physical body, therefore, the motor knowledge of physical activities should be applied in learning process to boost memory formation.

We can use the cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry of our brain in reading, writing and working by making brainpage for knowledge transfer. Motor knowledge is always described in space, object and time to consolidate the potentiation of long term memory.

In my opinion, everything is learnt in brain and everything is done by brain. Good memory can be secured in the brainpage making process of knowledge transfer using the dimensions of motor science.

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This was such an awesome response! I think I have a somewhat normal brain but do show traits of Attention Deficit Disorder but have never been diagnosed. However, my daughter has been diagnosed in her youth with ADHD. Thank you again for taking time to respond as that is very much appreciated. I will continue on my search for more knowledge on the subject.

Have a great day!

Michelle

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Thanks for reading and writing comments. Questions are important in the comment that can show the pathways of responses. It is obvious that a question is the matrix of knowledge transfer and we can collect a lot of information to write the blocks of statements.
Stay safe! You are most welcome.

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Cognitive science and its teaching theories are running in the blood of educators, therefore, they do not like to change the school system of default education. Even though they know the truth of teacher to student verbal knowledge transfer, classroom technology has been applied to create virtual teachers for the performance of subject matter.

Obviously, government should verify the effectiveness of modern education system on the basis of neurological studies. Teachers are always focused in school ecosystem but nobody is talking about the knowledge transfer of student’s brain.

Thanks for the comment!
Be happy and stay safe.
Learnography
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