The brain and accelerative learning
AbstractThe relationship between various types of brain functions and learning has interested educators for the past 15-20 years. Memory appears to be a phenomenon widely spread among cortical regions. Both short-term and long-term memory storage are discussed. Attention is being paid to left and right hemispheric functions as well as to MacLean's concept of the triune brain. Educators have sought, in recent years, to apply brain research findings in schooling. Suggestions are offered both to students and teachers, based upon the research and theories discussed here. Opvoedkundiges hou hulle die afgelope 15-20 jaar reeds besig met die verhouding tussen leer en die verskillende soorte breinfunksies. Geheue skyn 'n fenomeen te wees wat wyd versprei is in die kortikale areas. Kort- sowel as langtermyngeheue en die retensie daarvan word bespreek. Opvattings oor die linker en die regter hemisfere kry aandag, sowel as MacLean se konsep van die brein as drie-ledig. Opvoedkundiges poog vera! in die laaste jare om die resultate van breinnavorsing toe te pas op die onderrigsituasie. Voorstelle wat gebaseer is op sodanige navorsing word hier gedoen aan studente sowel as onderwysers.
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