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Are these principles in accordance with brain based teaching and learning?
Core principles of brain-based learning Renate and Geofrey Caine have stated the core principles of brain-based learning in Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain (1991,1994) The brain is a parallel processor: it can perform [ several activities at once. Renate and Geoffrey Caine (1991,1994) claim that thoughts, emotions, imagination and predispositions operate
simultaneously and interact with the expansion of general social and cultural knowledge. Learning engages the entire physiology: Everything that affects our physiological functioning affects our capacity to learn The search for meaning is innate: the search for meaning is survival oriented and basic to the human brain The search for meaning occurs through patterning: Patterning refers to the meaningful organization and categorization of information. The brain is designed to perceive and generate patterns, and it resists having patterns imposed. Emotions are critical to patterning : What we learn is influenced and organized by emotions. The brain processes wholes and parts simultaneously: There is evidence of brain laterality, however, the two hemispheres are inextricably interactive. Learning involves both focused attention and peripheral perception: The brain absorbs information of which it is directly aware, but it also incorporates the one that lie beyond the field of attention. Learning involves both conscious and unconscious processes: Signals that are peripherally perceived enter the brain without the learners’ awareness and interact at unconscious levels. We have two types of memory: spatial and rote: The spatial memory system does not need rehearsal and allows for instant memory of experiences. The counterpart of the spatial memory system is a set of systems designed for storing relatively unrelated information. ]
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