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Learning mechanism of academic knowledge must be transformed into the working mechanism of motor knowledge

Our children learn mathematics, science, technology and literature in classroom and this is known as the academic knowledge of prescribed courses. Working mechanism of human brain converts academic knowledge into corresponding motor knowledge for the performance of high success in the learning process and grade achievement of school system. In fact, teaching is the performance of cognitive learning and rational thoughts in which academic knowledge is transformed into the motor knowledge of cerebellar learnography. Students have to achieve the motor knowledge of academic chapters to be small teachers and competent in school education.

It’s not a good idea that students don’t get time to practice the motor knowledge of subject matter in classroom. The learning hypothesis of knowledge chapter suggests that subject learning is most effective when practice sessions run in proper environment and movement to replicate target skill level and context for the performance of pencil power. The dimensions of brain learnography are also useful in brainpage making process for the effective learning of targets. The structure of task is defined by the interrogative matrix of questions.

Predefined task is vital in learning process and it may be difficult to understand the writing instances of solution. So, task processing results in the creation of definition spectrum where all relevant information pertaining to task performance is integrated. This representation becomes tightly coupled with increasing experience for brainpage development. As a result, removing or adding a significant source of information after a practice period where it was present or not, does not cause performance to deteriorate. Interestingly, alternating cognitive learning and motor practice can ultimately lead to a great skilled performance.

Learnography is not conventional education but brainpage theory of knowledge transfer

Cerebral cortex is the largest part of brain and it has three distinct regions in learnography – sensory cortex, motor cortex and temporal cortex. Sensory cortex is the main input of learning mechanism considered as the book cortex of knowledge transfer. Motor cortex is the pencil cortex in learning mechanism to generate the outcomes of knowledge transfer. Temporal lobe is the knowledge cortex of learnography that processes and consolidates declarative learning and memory with the spatial definition and localization of functional objects.

Human brain is unique in the development and application of motor knowledge. It is remarkable that motor learning brings a peculiar change in behavior resulting from practice or experience, in the capability of smart brainpage for responding. It often involves improving the smoothness and accuracy of motor knowledge and is obviously necessary for complicated pencil derivatives such as smart learning, writing and working. It is also important for calibrating new motor knowledge in segment breaking process like emotional streams and cognitive parameters for knowledge transfer. Learning mechanism of brain often considers relevant variables that contribute to motor knowledge formation, sensitivity of error detection process and potentials of knowledge transfer.

Although whole brain modulation is required in knowledge transfer, most tasks have a common feature that learning is acquired from brainpage making process. Voice, visual and finger are three dimensional approach to fast learning and high speed brainpage. Reading is speech learnography, while watching is visual learnography. But finger learnography is derived from the writing practice of motor knowledge.

Plant learnography deals with learning mechanism of herbs, shrubs and trees about modification and adaptation

Motor knowledge is relatively permanent in execution, as the capability to respond appropriately is acquired and retained in knowledge transfer. Learning of motor knowledge always reflects in behaviour and thinking during performance. It is true that all forms of knowledge such as emotional, cognitive, rational and academic are finally transformed into motor knowledge for the working mechanism of brain.

Learning mechanism of human brain is significant to the knowledge transfer of school system. The learnographical perspective of cerebral cortex has three distinct units such as book cortex, pencil cortex and knowledge cortex. Posterior to central sulcus is the region of book cortex or sensory cortex in general. The region of motor cortex is localized anterior to the central sulcus of brain called pencil cortex. Temporal lobe is the region of knowledge cortex that lies inferior to lateral sulcus. These are the main parts of cerebral cortex which take part in the modulation of knowledge transfer. Left temporal lobe provides the neural circuitry of learning school while working school is localized in right temporal lobe.

Cerebellum of the human brain is the miniaturized form of cerebrum. Motor knowledge is produced in the cerebral cortex of brain. While motor knowledge is rehearsed in basal ganglia and precise motor knowledge develops in cerebellar learnography. There are seven basic parts of the brain learnography. Book cortex (1), pencil cortex (2) and knowledge cortex (3) are the regions of cerebral cortex. But association cortex acts as the learnogram of knowledge transfer.

The fourth part of learnography is basal ganglia that act as the cyclozeid of learning mechanism. Diencephalon is the core of brain mechanism and this is the fifth part of learnography considered as the launcher of knowledge transfer. Cerebellum is the sixth part of learning mechanism which is known as the modulator of motor knowledge. The seventh part of learnography is brainstem that is responsible for the survival systems of life.

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Picture : A boy of about two years’ age rehearsing cerebellar learnography to walk and catch a targeted object

Resources :

  • Seven parts of brain learnography
  • Development of motor knowledge in school learnography
  • Knowledge transfer of school system
  • Modulator of knowledge transfer

Shiva Narayan Jha
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal