Categories
Education Evolution Neuroscience

Every body-gesture has specialized meaning and function in the anatomy of human brain

It’s amazing that speaker’s lips speak, fingers speak, eyes speak, face reflects emotional translation and neck muscles describe specific ideas during performance. This is a salient evidence that the brain circuit of cerebellum translates motor knowledge into related subject matter to show the learnography of the speaker’s thoughts and ideas.

There are three academic levels of knowledge transfer in Taxshila 2020 such as Pre Taxshila, Taxshila Core and Post Taxshila

What is the body language of dance and gesture?

A physical body speaks in the transfer target of motor knowledge and so body language is the language of motor knowledge demonstrated in speech, talking, dances, gestures and postures. The most important fact of physical gestures is focus which develops from the transformation of motor knowledge and the flow of neuronal zeidstream. A great speaker keeps focus on the audience through the motor science of physical activities and finger movements. A special type of gesture develops in the speaker while asking questions.

I have studied the neuroscience of high performing international speakers and it supports the transformation of motor knowledge into the physical gestures of effective performance. For instance, bending head toward left side increases blood flow in the left hemisphere of brain showing the tendency of relaxation or fun. But bending head toward right side reflects the state of seriousness.

In the same way, strong gestures maintain blood flow in the speech centers of frontal and temporal lobes. It is fact that motor cortex needs good supply of the oxygenated blood to keep the fluency, articulation and pitch of voice. Pointing index finger increases blood supply in prefrontal cortex showing emphasis. Therefore, every body gesture or posture has specialized meaning in the anatomy of human brain.

All types of learning, whether these achievements are cognitive, emotional, rational, academic, motor skills, declarative or implicit knowledge, all are ultimately converted into the motor knowledge of cerebellar learnography. The object definition of contents and concepts is the fertile seed of knowledge transfer. In the development of learning skills, brainpage making process is the germination of quality seeds of knowledge in student’s life.

A school book becomes the source book of knowledge transfer when it follows the working dimensions of student’s brain. If students apply motor knowledge and physical activities in brainpage processing, learning transfer will go to student’s brain. In fact, the teacher shows physical activities and motor knowledge in the classroom performance, so knowledge transfer goes to the teacher’s brain. This is the brainpage theory of motor science.

In education system, teachers are showing the transformation of motor knowledge in the classroom and students are deprived of motor knowledge in learning process. They keep listening and watching for 12 years in school system. High class teaching is provided in the institution but nothing is transferred to student’s brain in the classroom. Our kids develop, understand and write the brainpage modules of knowledge transfer in home learning.

The default mode network of human brain shows stable gesture and posture, not variable like physically active speakers. Question asking gesture is interesting, as fear gesture is reflected on the answer maker’s face. It’s true that a question maker always gets success in problem solving activities but solution writer can give better motivation and suggestions in working and learning. The default mode network (DMN) of student’s brain is important to make a story of new knowledge for goal oriented task operation (GOTO). In neuroscience, it is described that angular gyrus, posterior cingulate cortex and prefrontal cortex are the brain parts of default mode network.

Latest Posts

In fact, the cerebellum of core brain translates relative motor knowledge into corresponding academic or cognitive knowledge to demonstrate the working mechanism of brain circuits. It also helps us to coordinate our thoughts in much the same way it helps us to coordinate our movements. It’s amazing that speaker’s lips speak, fingers speak, eyes speak, face reflects emotional translation and neck muscles describe specific ideas during performance. This is a salient evidence that the brain circuit of cerebellum translates motor knowledge into related subject matter to show the learnography of the speaker’s thoughts and ideas.

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, 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.

6 replies on “Every body-gesture has specialized meaning and function in the anatomy of human brain”

It’s true that body language is interesting to express learning, intentions, thoughts and ideas by moving body parts in specific directions. Highly motivated speech can demonstrate high definition dynamic gestures and postures.

These motor activities are effective in drawing the attention and focused listening of audience. Brain can transfer knowledge to hand and finger dynamic gestures in convincing ways. For me, this is the subject of motor science that can develop an effective system of learning transfer for school children.

Thanks! I like your comments that high definition gestures may be practiced in delivering the effective micro-expressions of contents and concepts to improve public interactions.
Be happy and keep writing.
Learnography
Happiness Classroom

Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s