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The brain and the process of learning.

PART 1,

Discuss the concept of how a student's brain learns. Provide at least two examples from chapters 1 and 2 of your text as well as one outside source. Remember to cite your sources. Your initial response should be at least 250-300 words.
The brain is a powerful processor. I recently read a quote that stated that if all the computers in the world were networked together they would still fall short of the power of one human brain. The human brain processes thousands of pieces of information each minute for years on end without overheating, needing replacement parts or becoming obsolete. While it is true that everyone with a brain will learn there are certain strategies that will allow the brain to function at its optimal level.

Here are some core principals to understand about how a student's brain learns.

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PART 1,

Discuss the concept of how a student's brain learns. Provide at least two examples from chapters 1 and 2 of your text as well as one outside source. Remember to cite your sources. Your initial response should be at least 250-300 words.
The brain is a powerful processor. I recently read a quote that stated that if all the computers in the world were networked together they would still fall short of the power of one human brain. The human brain processes thousands of pieces of information each minute for years on end without overheating, needing replacement parts or becoming obsolete. While it is true that everyone with a brain will learn there are certain strategies that will allow the brain to function at its optimal level.

Here are some core principals to understand about how a student's brain learns.

? The brain can learn, analyze and synthesize several different things at the same time. A person can play the piano and think about a book they read yesterday at the same time.
? The whole body is involved in learning. The ...

Solution Summary

This is a discussion regarding the brain, how it functions and how it impacts learning. Specific mention is made regarding the left/right brain processes in relationship to student learning. Over 600 words of original text along with links to educational websites for further research.

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