Learnogram of human brain is more advanced working mechanism for book to brain knowledge transfer. The largest part of brain is cerebrum, known as the forebrain of central nervous system. There are three basic parts of cerebral learnogram – differential sensory learnogram, executive motor learnogram and integral temporal learnogram. In fact, the working mechanism of brain is responsible to transfer knowledge in school system. So, brain learnography must be made everything in classroom operation instead of teaching performance.
Cerebrum is divided longitudinally into left and right hemispheres by deep median fissure called cerebral fissure. These two hemispheres are connected through a horizontal sheet of nerve fibers known as corpus callosum. Each hemisphere is further divided into frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes by three deep fissures known as central, parieto-occipital and lateral fissures.
Central fissure is also known as central sulcus which is important for the study of learnogram. The central sulcus separates the frontal lobe from parietal lobe and also separates primary motor cortex anteriorly from the primary somatosensory cortex posteriorly. Therfore, the motor learnogram of knowledge transfer runs in the frontal lobes of cerebral cortex anterior to central sulcus. But the sensory learnogram of knowledge transfer is processed in parietal lobes and visual cortex posterior to central sulcus.
Lateral fissure separates temporal lobe from frontal and parietal lobes. Temporal learnogram is the integral part of sensory and motor learnograms. The motor and sensory areas of brain are the main aspects of human learnogram where book to brain knowledge transfer is processed for the purpose of educational performance.
Motor learnogram deals with the functions of executive, planning, judgment and decision, so this is executive motor learnogram. Sensory learnogram receives input from different sensory systems to modulate the differential stimulus and perception of learning mechanism. Therefore, it is considered as differential sensory learnogram. These two learnograms are transmitted to temporal region where learning is modulated for the integration of knowledge transfer. This is known as integrated temporal learnogram.
Cerebral cortex is important for the cortical learning of knowledge chapters, but rehearsed practice runs in subcortical learning. We know that learning from mistakes should not be ignored. Temporal lobe plays significant roles to send the transmission of knowledge transfer in the subcortical region of brain. Here, runs cyclozeid for the rehearsal of smooth consolidated learning.
In fact, we have very large cerebrum in our brain and this is the most advanced aspect of human evolution. The learnogram of knowledge chapters is initialized in the different parts of cerebral cortex and it is processed as the cortical learning of knowledge chapters. Learnogram is not achieved from the teaching performance of classroom.
- Central sulcus and lateral fissure of human brain
- Cortical and subcortical learning
- Knowledge transfer in school system
- Learning mechanism of brain
- Teaching performance of classroom
Shiva Narayan Jha
Golden Star Secondary School