how the brain work and the way it help students study

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how the brain work and the way it help students study
1 introduction
1.1 unique
1.2 cerebral cortex
1.2.1 cover most of the brain
1.2.2 thick layer of neural tissue
1.2.3 symmetrical with right and left hemsiphere
1.2.4 4 region
1.2.4.1 frontal
1.2.4.2 parietal
1.2.4.3 occipital
1.2.4.4 temporal
1.3 limbic system
1.3.1 emotion
1.3.2 motivation
1.4 cerebellum
1.4.1 relay information
1.5 brain stem
1.5.1 connect brain to spinal cord
1.6 aids in learning process
2 quick fact about brain
2.1 average weight : 1.5 kg
2.2 75 % water
2.3 100 billions neurons
2.4 no pain receptor
2.5 2% of body weight
2.6 160 000 km of blood vessels
3 mechanic of brain -how student can respond
3.1 brain stem
3.1.1 located RAS
3.1.1.1 Acts as gateway
3.1.1.2 receive input from sensory nerves
3.1.2 make brain work optimally
3.1.2.1 keep healthy
3.1.2.2 well rested
3.1.2.3 take care of emotion
3.1.3 practise focussing and observing
3.1.3.1 short break
3.1.3.1.1 good feeling
3.1.3.1.1.1 enjoy it
3.1.3.1.2 bad feeling
3.1.3.1.2.1 think what make feeling good
3.1.4 dopamine
3.1.4.1 important neurotransmitter
3.1.4.2 carry electrical message
3.1.4.3 released more when feel enjoy
3.1.4.3.1 boost learning
3.1.5 thinks about strength
3.1.5.1 brain power more successfully
3.1.6 alertness centre
3.1.6.1 alert rest of brain that information is coming through
3.2 limbic system
3.2.1 role in passage of sensory input
3.2.2 climate control centre
3.2.3 mediator of emotion
3.2.4 determiner what brain pays attention to
3.2.5 thalamus
3.2.5.1 filter of sensory data
3.2.5.1.1 by regulate emotion
3.2.6 hippocampus
3.2.6.1 meaningful context for our emotion
3.2.7 when focussed/good emotion
3.2.7.1 long term knowdledge
3.2.7.2 review/practise help learning
3.2.7.3 dendrite grow between nerve cells that hold memory
3.2.8 repeated stimulation
3.2.8.1 makes network strong
3.2.8.2 memory stay in brain
3.2.9 amygdala
3.2.9.1 central train routine station
3.2.9.2 experience negative
3.2.9.2.1 take up excessive amount
3.2.9.2.2 brain in survival mode
3.2.9.2.2.1 block entry information to brain
3.2.10 when face conflicts
3.2.10.1 slow down and take moment to reflect ourself
3.2.10.2 take a deep breath
3.2.10.2.1 visualize ourself in peace
3.3 cerebral cortex
3.3.1 thinking happen
3.3.2 2 hemisphere
3.3.2.1 left hemisphere
3.3.2.1.1 detail
3.3.2.1.2 logical
3.3.2.1.3 analytical
3.3.2.1.4 sequential information
3.3.2.2 right hemisphere
3.3.2.2.1 creative
3.3.2.2.2 artistic
3.3.2.3 has 4 lobes
3.3.2.3.1 temporal
3.3.2.3.2 parietal
3.3.2.3.3 occipital
3.3.2.3.4 frontal
4 surprised facts about how brain work-how student learn from it
4.1 stress change size of brain
4.1.1 brain size decrease due stress
4.1.2 prolonged stress affect brain in long term
4.2 imposibble for brain to multi tasking
4.2.1 error rate will increase
4.3 brain does creative work when we tired
4.3.1 not good filter out distraction
4.3.2 less efficient at remembering connection
4.3.3 good things for creative work
4.4 naps improve brain performance
4.4.1 improved memory
4.4.2 better learning
4.4.3 what happen in brain during naps
4.4.3.1 right brain more active
4.4.3.2 syn-naps
4.4.3.2.1 release neutrotransmitter
4.4.3.2.1.1 dopamine
4.5 vision trumps other sense
4.5.1 learning by vision more help
4.6 tend to like people do mistakes
4.6.1 make mistake make us more likeable
4.7 introversion and extroversion come from different wiring in brain
4.7.1 how our brain recharge
4.7.2 stimulation coming into brain is processed depend on our personality
4.7.3 extrovert:pathway is shorter
4.8 exercise boost your brain
4.8.1 brain recognised exercise as stress
4.8.1.1 BDNF are released
4.8.1.1.1 cause feel ease nad happy after exercise
4.8.1.2 endorphin are released
4.8.1.2.1 minimize discomfort of exercise
5 ways memory plays role in learning
5.1 memory is sustained by uses
5.1.1 student participate in activity
5.1.1.1 neurons are activated
5.1.2 repeat action
5.1.2.1 dendrite grow and interconect
5.1.2.1.1 greater memory storage
5.2 teaching grow brain cell
5.2.1 maximize learning and proficiency
5.3 high stress restricted brain processing to survival state
5.3.1 CEO is higher thinking process
5.3.1.1 manage and controll emotion
5.3.2 amygdala in state of anxiety
5.3.2.1 information cant pass through
5.3.3 stress
5.3.3.1 blocking response in amygdala
5.3.4 memory is constructed and stored by patterning
5.3.4.1 hippocampus
5.3.4.1.1 data from brain are restored
5.3.4.2 require activation
5.3.4.2.1 link with the new input
5.3.4.3 help students increase working memory efficiency
5.3.4.3.1 variety of intervention
5.3.4.3.1.1 reflect experiences
5.3.4.3.1.2 receive timely feedback
6 conclusion
6.1 brain perform incredible number of tasks
6.2 handles physical movement
6.3 aids in student learning
6.4 information enter through brain stem
6.5 parts of brain plays role in determining and learning process
6.6 memory stored in brain plays role in learning
6.6.1 student should maximize function of brain
6.6.1.1 benefit output
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