How to Create a Whole Learning Experience

How to Create a Whole Learning Experience

Sitting still in closed spaces is one of the worst punishments Experience that can be inflicted

on the human species. However, this is what we demand of students at school. “~ Edward T Hall.

Much research has been done on the human brain and how it learns. Due to its complexity,

most theories use metaphors to explain how we learn in a simplified way.

 

so If you are a coach, leader, or learning professional, know that this is extremely valuable if you

want to create engaging, engaging, and effective learning environments.

 

For natural learning to be much more interesting, efficient, and fast, it is important to use the

whole brain.

 

Your mind and figure are connect in many conducts. Therefore, learning happens in the mind,

body, passionately and on the mobile equal … so that It is not limit to just your head!

separate mind and body

However, education has traditionally taught us toe separate mind and body. Most learning is

done through “rational” rational processes so that ignore the senses and our emotions. As we

grow, the gap between mind and body widens. Emotions are reduce or ignored, as they are

considered “soft” and “weak”. We learn to sit down, shut up, and learn!

 

Nothing very natural!

 

Many learning environments are create around the head and NOT everything, although research

has shown that thought and movement of the body are closely related in the brain, both of which enhance learning.

 

This is known as behaviorism and the stimulus and response (carrot and stick) have had a great

impact on learning, especially in business. so that It prescribes learning on Grooming Plans (as I call them)

so that do not lead to real sustainable growth.

favorite brain theory

My favorite brain theory is the Triune Brain, propose by the American physician and neuroscientist Paul D. MacLean since it customs the allegory of three intellects in one. Each one is interconnect

and interconnected. All three have special characteristics so that are related and interact with each

other.

Here is a quick overview of the three brains:

 

Reptilian or Lizard Brain: Our primitive brain was the first to evolve. It is primarily responsible

for survival and involuntary reactions, such as heartbeat and breathing, instinctual and repetitive behaviors. Our lizard dearests dull and ceremonies, and mechanically tries into a bodily if it

notices a hazard.

 

Limbic system: or the midbrain.so  This is our social and emotional brain. Responsible for

emotions through our senses and is responsible for long-term memory.

 

Neocortex: it is 75 to 80 percent of the total brain mass. Its function is essential for problem-solving, creativity, planning, language, thinking, and movement (it is 500 of a second slower to respond

than your lizard brain!)

 

What does this have to do with learning?

 

Each specialty area subtly interacts and connects in important and complex ways.

 

Traditionally, most of us are condition to learn to use our lizard brains through learning roots

and repetition, the learning was done against you.so that You were a passive participant driven by

hierarchy (teacher or HR!). The main motivator was fear of failure with little concern for their

thoughts or feelings. Emotions were probably seen as a negative weakness that got in the way.

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