Learning is finished in object language but understanding is done in human language. Everyday we learn something new knowledge and it is stored in the memory centers of our brain for future use.
Time is passed on chapter teaching and brain learning never starts in the classroom. Teaching makes students dependent in learning transfer and self-confidence is lost in school education. Listening is not confidence building system, so we can’t consider education as a perfect learning system. The classroom does not run for the efficient learning system of children’s brain and it is solely dependable on the application of teaching science in which the neuroscience of brain learning process is left behind in school ecosystem.
Cyclozeid is the biological learning machine of student’s brain and it is crucial to accelerate the speed of brainpage processing for the good learning and long term memory of knowledge transfer. It is also the door to new ideas and innovation in the faculties of science and technology. The cycling of learning segment undergoes brain imaging in the visual and prefrontal cortices of brain and loop formation is launched on the cyclozeid of thalamus until the target is achieved.
Space and memory are the building blocks of knowledge transfer. Memory travels in learning space, and so knowledge transfer is conducted with locations and space definition to use motor knowledge in high speed learning transfer and memory formation.
Deep learning is acquired from the hippocampal phase of brain. It extracts knowledge from the temporal region of brain and amygdala takes part in the processing of memory and learning modules.
After brain surgery, Henry Molaison faced cognitive decline and memory impairment in his life. Some of the past events were lost and future was never experienced. He was showing the permanent present tense in his regular life.
Sixth and seventh dimensions of knowledge transfer are really the visualizing dimensions of Einstein’s genius brain to advance creativity in the domain of new knowledge.
Harvey was the first person who observed Einstein’s brain morphologically. He reported that Einstein’s brain had no parietal operculum and Sylvian fissure was also truncated. It means there might be huge growth in posterior parietal region and dorsomedial temporal region to shorten posterior Sylvian fissure.
Phases of learning transfer are very important to develop new technology for economy, production and growth. In fact, technology is born in the world of specialized systems, innovative designs and productive energy transfer.
Knowledge transfer to student’s brain doesn’t happen in the classroom in spite of massive workloads prescribed for the teachers. Our kids need the creative skills of pencil power for innovation and production to meet the requirements of working, earning and living.