Tag: teaching

  • Knowledge transfer goes to teacher’s brain in the classroom

    Teacher to student verbal knowledge transfer is conducted in the conventional classroom to provide quality education, but nothing is transferred to student’s brain in the classroom.

  • Core academy of knowledge transfer to produce science graduates for future workforce

    Taxshila School is the core academy of proficiency small teachers for the age group of 10-14 years (pre-adolescence). The core academy of knowledge transfer means the learnography of five core subjects such as biology, chemistry, innovation, mathematics and physics.

  • Learning drives of student’s brain generated from worked out examples

    Whole knowledge becomes difficult in learning transfer to student’s brain circuits. As for example, breaking is one dimension and building is another dimension of learning development. The brainpage of worked out example is developed by the third dimension of knowledge transfer known as block solver. It’s effective in goal oriented task operation (GOTO).

  • Book is real source of knowledge transfer for high performing kids

    It’s true that the understanding capacity of student’s brain improves from the brainpage modules of definition spectrum. In classroom, the teacher motivates students for the focused listening and watching of performance but knowledge spectrum does not develop in the association areas of kids’ brain. Students can’t use the motor science of knowledge transfer in the classroom during teaching performance.

  • Why are most kids afraid of tests, exams and results?

    This is the main drawback of modern education system. In reality, teachers are making brainpage modules in the classroom and students will make the brainpage of topics and contents at home. We know that home is not a school and parents are not teachers to moderate the hardships and challenges of knowledge transfer in brainpage making process.

  • Equal education to all kids in the structural classroom of motor science

    Teacher to student learning transfer is provided in education system, but learnography conducts book to brain direct knowledge transfer in the classroom for brainpage making process. We know that students have to write the answers in the exams by extracting brainpage modules from the working mechanism of brain circuits.

  • Speakers show motorized gestures and postures in brain, body and behavior while performing

    It’s amazing that speaker’s lips speak, fingers speak, eyes speak, face reflects emotional translation and neck muscles describe specific ideas during performance. This is a salient evidence that the cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry of brain translates topics and contents into the motor dynamics of knowledge transfer to show the learnography of speaker’s thoughts and ideas in brain, body and behavior.

  • DIYA stands for Do-It-Yourself-Attitude

    Our students are lack of motor knowledge (skills) and working potentials to do any of the absolutely fundamental things of life. The whole education that we get for our children in school is entirely in terms of abstractions. School education trains and makes young brains to be jobless or may be insurance salesmen, government bureaucrats or some kind of cerebral cognitive and motivational characters.

  • Father !!! Ask questions to know the brainpage quality of your children

    Book to brain knowledge transfer is the direct learning of chapters and knowledge transfer is secured in the brainpage making process of object language. In education system, knowledge is transferred from book to teacher’s brain, then it is projected to student’s brain in human language. This is the indirect learning of subject matter and most of the learning parts are lost in transferring mechanism.

  • Flow of knowledge transfer in school ecosystem

    Our school system is running on default education in which the learning of topics, definitions and functions is not transferred to student’s brain regions. Main issue is the defective system of knowledge transfer. Student’s learning transfer should be focused in the classroom instead of high class teaching.

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