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Direct School Education Neuroscience

Reward and fear systems of student’s brain acting as learning drives in the success of classroom knowledge transfer

Learning drives of student’s brain develop from the high definition brainpage modules of knowledge transfer. Fear, pleasure, motivation, conscience and necessity are the working drives of student’s brain. Motor science of knowledge transfer can change kid’s learning pain into working pleasure in the classroom.

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Direct School Education Evolution

Education provides system of indirect schools, not following the working mechanism of kid’s brain

Students suffering from the cognitive blindness of learning brain may not understand the teaching performance of classroom. They won’t show any interests in learning process. It happens when there is lack of matrix and spectrum in knowledge transfer and learning brainpage modulation.

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Direct School Education Evolution

Intuitive ideas are generated by brainpage modules in the knowledge transfer of mathematics

All the students of a classroom have biologically similar human brains to process the learning circuits of knowledge transfer in the anatomical, functional and structural aspects of brain regions. Teaching is not necessary, but students will conduct book to brain learning transfer by applying the learning dimensions of brainpage theory and human learnography.

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Direct School Education Neuroscience

Physical rehearsal of learning activities means the processing of motor knowledge in brain circuits

Students must be physically active in the classroom and involve in learning process by using the working dimensions of brain learnography. Motor knowledge of the kid’s brain can promote plasticity in the learning areas of specific brain regions by improving executive functions, cognitive ability and memory modulation.

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Direct School Education Evolution

Pencil power of student’s brain is crucial to smart memory modulation and effective learning in the classroom

Knowledge transfer and pencil power of school system must be efficient and productive to provide learnography, food, houses, jobs and medicine for the livelihood of people. Learning without physical activities is useless and non-functional in the knowledge transfer of classroom. Neuroscience describes that the learning efficiency of cognitive and academic studies improves by the motor knowledge of physical activities.

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Direct School Education Neuroscience

Why is question asking important for learning, working and living?

Object definition is the fertile seeds of knowledge chapters and brainpage modulating process is the germination of quality learning seeds. In fact, definition spectrum is the first dimension of knowledge transfer but the second dimension of kid’s learning brain is applied by the function matrix of questions and queries. We know that school book becomes the source book of knowledge transfer when it follows the working dimensions of student’s brain.

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Education Evolution Neuroscience

What part of kid’s brain plays a vital role in knowledge transfer to achieve high scores in school system?

Human brain is unique in the development of gyri and sulci in the association areas of cerebral cortex. The association cortex of kid’s brain is main part to produce the learnogram of knowledge transfer in school learnography. In fact, association cortices include most of the cerebral surface of human brain and are largely responsible for the complex processing of knowledge transfer.

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Direct School Education Evolution

Kids learnography in school system never becomes complete in the classroom

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

Learnogram, cyclozeid and zeidgram

Why do we ask questions so many times in everyday life? Which part of our brain involves in asking questions? How is quality learning evaluated in school exams? The interrogation of brain mechanism using these words such as where, what, when, how and why is extensively practiced to know the informative details of facts, events, place, time and rational knowledge. We know that the function matrix of tasks and questions is the second dimension of knowledge transfer.

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Creativity Direct School Education

No cerebellum or lack of cerebellar parts in human brain

Walking and talking in the case of no cerebellum may be delayed in the developmental phase of children until 4 to 7 years of age. Cerebellar agenesis may also be associated with low muscle tone resulting the lack of coordination in the learning transfer of motor knowledge. Some affected individuals may have difficulty in speaking usually due to problems with the muscles that enable speech production enhancement. The ability to speak is usually delayed in affected children, sometimes significantly.