Learning parts of kid’s brain are responsible for generation of language, thoughts, scores, attention and memory module

Change a classroom into the place of knowledge transfer by launching the learning dimensions, source books and miniature schools of structural and functional learnography.


Take an academic test just after teaching and you will find the truth that teaching is the waste of school hours.

Actually, our brain is the school of knowledge transfer that defines our humanity, working ability and productive graduation. It makes us individuals what we are doing in our lives. Brain-parts are responsible for the generation of language and thoughts, attention and memory, behavior and imagination, and in this way for failure and success.

Teaching is not necessary because students learn from brainpage books by applying the mathematical dimensions of learning mechanism.

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.

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.

Biologically, learning is knowledge transfer to one’s brain regions. High class teaching is provided in the classroom but nothing is transferred to student’s brain circuits in listening and watching.

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Change a classroom into the place of knowledge transfer by launching the learning dimensions, source books and miniature schools of structural and functional learnography.


2 responses to “Learning parts of kid’s brain are responsible for generation of language, thoughts, scores, attention and memory module”

  1. Reblogged this on robinslp and commented:
    Absolutely fascinating read which is so important knowledge for educators and parents alike who need to understand how important access to the brain is for language development, closely ties to the development of cognition.,

    Liked by 1 person

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