Why do young brains like to talk much in school?

Brain science of the learning transfer is not working in school system and student’s brainpage is not modulated in classroom for knowledge transfer. So, we have to convert talking classroom into brainpage making school. In fact, teaching system is not working on the brain science of learning transfer.


Students should be allowed to make brainpage in classroom for book to brain knowledge transfer

It is obvious that’s talking school. Students 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.

Learning transfer to the student’s brain may not occur in the classroom unless cognitive knowledge is transformed into the motor knowledge of reading, writing and understanding. The motor circuits of our brain activate, regulate and control the contraction and relaxation of muscle fibers in our body-parts to produce well-coordinated movement of extension and flexion with power and precision in finger mapping. In fact, motor science deals with brain, body and behavior to develop the brainpage of knowledge transfer.

School Ecosystem

Learnography is the mechanism of school ecosystem in which flow of knowledge transfer is processed to generate high speed zeidstream, brainpage modules and motor knowledge for high performing students of classroom. Zeidstream is processed by the cyclozeid of knowledge transfer from sourcepage to brainpage and then from brainpage to zeidpage using the pencil power of motor finger mapping. Book to brain direct learning transfer is based on the flow of knowledge transfer. In school ecosystem, the flow of knowledge zeids is described by the upper limb and brachial plexus of motor science.

Learning never stops

Playing is not the academic learning of subject chapters. The playing activities of kids connect the insular box of brain to the limbic system of temporal lobe and cingulate cortex for pleasure seeking behavior and enjoyment. It is obvious that learning is knowledge transfer to student’s brain circuits and learning never stops in brain circuits later. It goes throughout the whole life and one generation to other generations to improve the book of knowledge transfer. Unfortunately, teachers are working in the classroom without any scientific system of knowledge transfer. So, concerned authorities must manage an effective system of knowledge transfer that provides personalized learning transfer in collaborative classroom of the institution.

Student’s Brainpage

The neuroscience of knowledge transfer is important for the production of high performing students in the collaborative classroom. The limbic, motor and cognitive systems of brain mechanism play vital roles in the knowledge transfer of school system. Book to brain direct learning transfer is based on the flow of knowledge transfer. In school ecosystem, the flow of knowledge zeids is described by the upper limb and brachial plexus of motor science. School ecosystem is defined as the environment of learning transfer developed in the classroom in which knowledge is transferred from source book to student’s brain to modulate the brainpage of subject matter.

Why do young brains like to talk much in school? Brain science of the learning transfer is not working in school system and student’s brainpage is not modulated in classroom for knowledge transfer. So, we have to convert talking classroom into brainpage making school. In fact, teaching system is not working on the brain science of learning transfer.


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22 responses to “Why do young brains like to talk much in school?”

  1. Pradyot Avatar

    Can I equate talking with communication and hence related to learning? I mean, talking is a means of learning which at that particular age is going on at a rapid pace.

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    1. Happiness Classroom Avatar

      Student’s talking in school hours is the aspect of social interaction as it activates the hippocampal cingulate circuitry of brain. It helps in the learning of social factors. It is true that talking is considered as distraction and hence not allowed at the workplace.

      This talking cannot be equated to the academic knowledge transfer of classroom. It’s neither maths nor science. Teaching is one way motivational talking and it returns talkative behavior in student’s development.

      Whatever you said about talking that could be utilized in the practice of learning pace, it may be virtual knowledge transfer and it can’t be effective in problem solving activities.

      In fact, student’s talking may not activate the learning circuits of brain such as visuo-spatial and visuo-motor learnography and it is projected by cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry. Obviously, system of knowledge transfer should be focused on the learning circuits of student’s brain.

      Thanks for your informative comment!
      I missed you a lot. Be happy and stay safe.
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  2. Divine-Royalty Avatar

    Nice blog you got and thanks for following

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Happiness Classroom Avatar

      Thanks ! You are most welcome.

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  4. nikensmartini Avatar

    This article is so great and also other article. Those give me lots of insight.

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    1. Happiness Classroom Avatar

      Thanks ! It’s my pleasure that you have read so many of my articles. I discussed the insights of educational aspect running in school system but those programs are not not effective in the learning transfer of classrooms.

      Thanks again ! You are most welcome.
      Be happy and stay safe.
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  5. Sushmita Sahay Avatar

    A very insightful post…has given me a different perspective on learning. Thank you

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    1. Happiness Classroom Avatar

      It’s really a new frontier of knowledge transfer in school ecosystem.
      Thanks ! You are most welcome.

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  6. Deborah Agustin Avatar

    Interesting and helpful.❤️

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  7. Priscilla Bettis Avatar

    It’s an interesting subject. I like learning about brains of all ages.

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    1. Happiness Classroom Avatar

      Thanks ! Brains of old age, adult, adolescence, toddler and infants are not similar in working mechanism, behavioral development and social factors. Its plasticity changes with the space, objects, time, instance and module (SOTIM) of surroundings.

      I appreciate your interest in the study of brain and learning by writing may help you know more about the working circuits of human brain.

      It’s really interesting! We know that brain is the rider of our physical body. Everything is learnt in brain, everything is controlled by brain and everything is done by brain.

      You are most welcome!
      Be happy and stay safe.
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  8. cheriewhite Avatar

    Awesome post. I do think that class discussions, which involved talking about the subject at hand, make learning so much easier as many people are auditory learners.Thank you so much for posting.

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    1. Happiness Classroom Avatar

      Students have to write exact answers in the exams from task oriented brainpage modules, not from auditory learning. Discussion is verbal process following the aspects of cognitive science. It’s not the pencil power of finger mapping and brain writing.

      I always put emphasis on the motor science of knowledge transfer in which the cerebellar basal ganglia motor circuitry of student’s brain is activated in reading, writing, learning and understanding. High performing classrooms are evaluated on the basis of quality tests.

      Thanks! I appreciate your comments. This is my opinion, not the response.
      Be happy and stay safe.
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      1. cheriewhite Avatar

        Oh, most definitely. Class discussions is only one way and can be integrated along with reading. But,, yes,, during exams, writing down complete answers is a must. Just want to tell you, I wasn’t excluding that. I apologize if I gave you the wrong impression. 🙂

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        1. Happiness Classroom Avatar

          Not at all ! You have given informative comments.
          Thanks! You are most welcome.

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  9. JessicaMarieBaumgartner Avatar

    The best teachers understand this

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    1. Happiness Classroom Avatar

      Teaching system is running in the bloodstream of humans throughout the world. It is a great problem that most of the teachers do not agree with the motor science, learnography and brainpage theory of knowledge transfer. You write the best teachers will understand the neuroscience of knowledge transfer.

      That’s my pleasure. Thanks for the comment
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      Thanks for reading and sharing !

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