THESE DAYS

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Days spent in serious thought, Am I studying or going what? Trying to decide what to revise, When there is straining in my eyes. Sitting with a pile of books, Not caring about my beauty and looks. Tangled thoughts in my brain, Blood rushing through every vein. Trying to do what is left over, No... Continue Reading →

SCHOOL LIFE

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😊I’ll miss every day of my school life😊 💭Every memory was as sharp as a knife🗯️ ☺️Those happy days☺️ 🎉With packets of Lays🎉 😠Fights and quarrels😤 🌄Garden walks with squirrels🐿️ 🎓Those back benches🎓 🍱Sharing tasty lunches🍱 😂Laughing and crying😭 📝And exam time praying🙏 😠Every teacher’s scolding😠 📄And funny paper folding📄 🚪Closing the door🚪 💃And dancing... Continue Reading →

Another wildlife-rich grassland planted with trees

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Following last week’s post about tree planting on a very species-rich grassland in Cumbria, organised by the Woodland Trust, I’ve been contacted with another story of a similar nature, in Cheshire.

This time it’s a piece of lowland acid grassland – about 0.8ha of what may well be a very unusual species-rich form of acid grassland, as it supports a large population of Lathyrus linifolius (montanus previously) commonly known as Bitter vetch.

According to the source “Around 2 years ago the local community helped to plant it up with trees sourced through a Woodland Trust fund.” When the WT were approached and asked why they had planted up a species-rich grassland and whether they would do anything about it, they did nothing about it.

 

 

 

The grassland is not a County Wildlife Site but is being considered as one, in the hope that if it meets the criteria the owners can be persuaded to remove the trees and start grazing it again.

Nearby sites on similar geology support an interesting range of neutral and acid-loving plants, which would easily qualify them as SSSI. This type of grassland also supports internationally important communities of fungi, particularly waxcaps.

Once again we see the Woodland Trust supporting tree planting efforts on wildlife-rich grasslands. In this case it’s the local community who has been persuaded to carry out this piece of environmental vandalism, in the name of err environmental enhancement and climate action. The landowner is also an innocent party, as was the case in Cumbria.

For those of you thinking – “it’s just 0.8ha of grassland  – why all the fuss?”. Cheshire has lost 99% of its species-rich grassland – and lowland acid grassland, especially of the species-rich form which this site may support, is found across a few hundred hectares of very small sites.

If we are ever to restore wildlife across the UK, at a large scale, these small sites will be vital in providing the wildlife to colonise back into the surrounding landscapes.

But quite apart from that, they are little jewels, created by millennia of interplay between people and nature.

They hold our history, they provide meaning, they hold memories and they are places which we must cherish.

 

 

Book Review

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Orders from Berlin by Simon Tolkein The year is 1940 and the war in Europe is escalating, Germany has annexed France and Hitler is now focussing his attention on Britain and its leader, Winston Churchill. By removing the Prime Minister, Hitler believes Germany will win the war. Head of the Gestapo and the Sicherheitsdienst (SD),…

Which Countries are in the European Union in 2020, Which Aren’t, and Which Want to Join?

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“The UK has finally officially left the European Union (EU), almost four years after its famous ‘Brexit’ vote, and taken the British territory of Gibraltar out with it. Here’s our updated map and list of which countries are in the EU, which ones are trying to join, and which European countries are in neither group.” SOURCE: POLGEONOW

Today I’m teaching the  my first class on “the Geography of Europe” since the UK has officially withdrawn from the European Union.  As I went looking for any updated map of the EU, I found this excellent article along with the map and thought it was worth sharing.  Since Brexit has finally been formalized, these snarky tweets were fun:

GeoEd Tags: Europe, supranationalism, UK, European Union.

Source: Which Countries are in the European Union in 2020, Which Aren’t, and Which Want to Join?

Learning is knowledge transfer to student’s brain but it is not successful in the teaching theories of education

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Wonderful !!! Teaching is the waste of school hours

Learning quality, knowledge transfer and high grades

A classroom should be defined as knowledge processing learning space to produce creative and smart brainpage modules for the advancement of science, mathematics and technology. It is fact that high grades are secured from the smart brainpage of knowledge transfer. Brainpage development is the fundamental part of school learnography. For low grades, teachers are blamed and their hard work goes in vain. The faults of education system is never discussed on the basis of neurological studies. School hour is utilized for teaching performance and brain learning is done at home as homework. Modular learning should be conducted in the classroom instead of teaching activities. We know that the biology of human brain is working on imaging, thinking and mapping described by the chapters of neuroscience. So attention is required to brainpage modulation that writes tests or exams for high grading.

How is class teaching the waste of school hours?

Brain science of the learning transfer is not working in school system and student’s brainpage is not modulated in classroom for knowledge transfer. Teachers are working hard in the classroom to provide quality performance. Most of the school time is spent on teaching process and motivational controls. Students often go to passive modes while the teacher is found active and making brainpage during presentation. Teachers are everything in education system and students are dependent on them for problem solving tasks. They are facing the challenges of work stress, massive loads and long hours. But community is not satisfied with the outcomes of school performance. For low grades, teachers are blamed and their hardwork goes in vain.

Types of learning science

Learnography is the improvement of learning experiences in emotions, skill, knowledge and innovation. There are many types of learning science such as emotional learnography, cognitive learnography, school learnography, rational learnography, intuitive learnography, creative learnography and innovative learnography. The cognitive science of education system is mainly based on the surface knowledge of cortical learning. It cannot be converted into working ability for livelihood. Skill learning is crucial to be professional in high earning job. That is why learnography prescribes procedural or implicit brainpage development for working and learning. In fact, school hour is spent mostly on teaching performance and students don’t get time to read, learn and solve the task problems of knowledge chapter in the classroom.

Smart Brainpage

In the modern world of science and technology, students are given quality smartphone with high speed Wi-Fi facility. Instead they need smart brainpage with high speed zeidstream to obtain excellence in the exams. School time is mostly spent on teaching activities and it continues for 12 years in children’s brain. Everyday homework is given to pupils for practice, writing and learning. We know that home isn’t school and parents are not teachers. It’s absolutely true in the learning perspective of knowledge transfer. Whole learning must be completed in school hours and it is possible in the brainpage theory of learnography. Children will be intelligent in brainpage making process. They are sent to the high definition learnographic field of LADBE, live and dynamic blackboard effect.

Teaching theories and pedagogical methods

Brainpage theory of learnography is the neuroscience of knowledge transfer based on the working mechanism of brain circuits. It should be launched in classroom instead of teaching theories and pedagogical methods. Learning mechanism always seeks the matrix of knowledge to create the sequences of brainpage modulation. It develops from the question set or the titles of chapter segments and provides instance guided object learning (IGOL). We know that classroom learnography is working for knowledge modulation and brainpage development. It’s significant that the task moderator of classroom will be the promotion of school teacher. Obviously, homework is not necessary because task is moderated in school hours. Teachers have to feel that the outcome of high grades is vital in the academic achievements of happiness classroom.

Development of student’s learning brain

Education always gives emphasis on the technical improvement of teacher’s brain while the brainpage theory of learnography is focused on the development of student’s brain. The brain science of learning circuits must be focal point to provide high class academic performance in school ecosystem. We know that zeid is the smallest object of knowledge transfer. It gives object definition to develop the learning spectrum of student’s brain by using naming address and definition address. At first, brain learns definition address to create the naming address of object identity for learning and working. High class working ability needs the broad zeid stream of brain mechanisms. Stream(z) is generated in neural pathways through procedural skill and it is gained from learning by doing.

Amygdala insular cingulate circuitry of student’s brain

The future of education is learnography, the brain science of student’s learning mechanism. This is the neuroscience of knowledge transfer for our children to produce high performing students in the collaborative classroom of advanced school ecosystem. The amygdala insular cingulate circuitry of brain will be exercised in learning process to improve the quality of academic achievement. It’s true that dependent learning is provided in education system as the teacher is doing everything in the classroom. It’s amazing that students seek help even for simple chapter problems. They don’t have courage to face the challenges of algebra problems. Students are lack of confidence to struggle in critical circumstances. It is bitter truth that teaching is the waste of school hours, but teachers are hardworking and honorable to run the school system of learning transfer in the community.

Master Brain

We know that everything is learnt in brain and everything is done by brain. Learning is also known as knowledge transfer to student’s brain regions. The biology of life is hidden in hypothalamus system that regulates the functions of brain parts known as master brain. It also monitors the functions of amygdala system and provides the zeid factor of life to finish the learning of hard task which seems impossible in nature. The amygdala insular circuitry of learning mechanism extracts brainpage modules from hippocampal phase and temporal knowledge storage to take part in the prefrontal processing of modular learning. The hidden potential of master brain (hypothalamus) may be active to face learning difficulties and that is the zeid factor of amygdala system, the learning drives of science and technology.

Deep learning of student’s brain

In this way, school hour is spent on teaching activities and students don’t get time to read, learn and solve the task problems of knowledge chapter in the classroom. In education system, teachers become brilliant, qualified and experienced in the professional skills of classroom performance because they make brainpage and apply motor science during teaching activities. We don’t need to sharpen the teachers’ brain as they are already qualified in specific subject to give the moderation of quality performance. Instead, we have to sharpen students’ learning brain in the classroom. Education can provide quality learning through high class teaching but smart learning is initialized in the brainpage theory of learnography. Deep learning is the subcortical learning of student’s brain and it is acquired from the amygdala system of zeid factors and learning drives.


Shiva Narayan
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

Brainpage School

Happiness Classroom ! Book is the transfer source of knowledge and student’s brain is the transfer target of learning. To be high performing students, make brainpage in collaborative classroom by applying the seven dimensions of knowledge transfer. The motor science of knowledge transfer should be launched in the classroom for the learning development and brainpage modules of Autistic or ADHD students. Let the students use motor knowledge to make smart brainpage in the classroom from book to brain direct learning transfer. The cyclozeid of knowledge transfer is rehearsed in the classroom to produce high speed zeidstream in the working mechanism of brain circuits.

MY EXAMS…

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MY JUNIORS

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I’ll miss all my juniors Even more than my seniors Some boys and some girls Who handled my mood curls Met some in my buses Some in corridor traces Met some in school council With memories of sharing a pencil All of you are very sweet I’ll surely plan a day to meet They wiped... Continue Reading →

Definition address is associated with naming address to form the functional objects of knowledge transfer

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School provides education in human language but knowledge is transferred in object language

Pleasure Seeking Behavior

A kid’s brain shows emotional development in early stage and later it starts playing and talking in family and surroundings. We know that pain and pleasure are the two major aspects of human emotions. Early childhood demonstrates pleasure seeking behavior and it can’t be considered as the vital tool of learning transfer. This is evolutionary character that shows how to survive in surroundings and unfavorable circumstances. In growing children, speech development is essential to communication and interaction but hardships start in school education where baby brain has to interact with the subject matter of chapters in human language. The prefrontal cortex of student’s brain is the part of working memory which seeks the rational development of cognition in learning process.

Indirect school of learning transfer

Children have learnt human language at home and the teacher also gives teaching in human language. So they feel easy and comfortable in the teaching of subject matter. This is called the indirect learning system of school education because knowledge is first transferred to the teacher’s brain and then it is projected to student’s brain. School may give direct learning through the object language of father teacher, the creator of knowledge chapter while indirect learning is acquired through the human language of subject teacher. Book to brain learning transfer comes under the system of direct school. In indirect school system, students achieve skill, knowledge and merit from the teaching of courses. They are found weak in understanding the object language of textbooks. They have no self-confidence in problem solving activities and depend mainly on the human language of teaching activities.

System of direct school

Learning habit becomes dependable in educational teaching and students seek private tutor or coaching classes in extra time. Intuitive knowledge never improves and there will be the minimum chances of creativity or innovation for the advancement of science and technology. In direct school system, students are transformed into the small teachers of classroom. They get skill, knowledge and merit from the object language of source books. For this, learnography is an essential system of brain learning in which school runs on the brainpage modulation of knowledge chapters. The system of direct school has been designed on the facts and findings of brain science and learning mechanism.

Windows of knowledge transfer

The biology of human brain is required to advance the performance of direct school system. Young brain prefers object learning to text learning. Zeid force is applied in the learning mechanism of brain systems to open the window of knowledge chapters. Then cyclozeid is loaded in learning stream to launch the cycling, imaging and mapping of subject matter as the spectrum of knowledge segments. The reward system in neural mechanism is very high in young brain and it is due to the early development of amygdala system. Other contrasting character is fear system which is also highly developed as survival factor in children. Students can acquire all types of definitions, matrix and spectrum for the objects, formator and solver of smartpage to generate learning potential in classroom learnography.

Cognitive model of school system

Teaching gives conventional learning free from hardships and challenges. It may be comfortable for young brains but the knowledge page of subjects is always written in object language. The teacher gets subject matter from the chapters of knowledge book and then transfers its learning to students. This is known as the indirect learning of school system in which knowledge is mediated by teachers for the understanding of young brains. We can’t expect the development of high performing students from the cognitive model of school system. Teaching is based on the dimensions of motivation, instruction and cognition. Students can’t make brainpage in the classroom.

Learning potentials of student’s brainpage

Subject teacher reads and understands the course chapter in object language and then interprets it in human language for classroom teaching. Zeid energy or learning potential of brainpage must be used in making the modules of maths chapter – trigonometry, algebra and geometry. Teaching in education system provides the artificial learning of human brain. That is why text learning becomes hard in the knowledge processing of cerebral cortex. We need the system of natural learning that is the object learning of learnography. It is simple and comfortable for the procedural learning of human brain.

Naming address and definition address

The scientific system of knowledge transfer is required in the classroom, so everything will be finished in school hours. The effective system of learning transfer can produce high performing students in the classroom and teachers won’t be stressed for tests and grades. We can see the structure and functionality of knowledge transfer in textbooks or reference books. The knowledge of mathematics, science and literature is written in object language by defining encapsulation, derivation and polymorphism. The naming address and definition address of subject matter are the fundamentals of object language. Zeid is the unit object of knowledge transfer defined by naming address which deals with the identity, behavior, properties and relations of learning spectrum.

Advantages of object language

Everyday we learn something new knowledge and it is stored in our memory centers for future use. Learning is finished in object language but understanding is done in human language. If students make brainpage in the learning process of knowledge chapter, they can understand subject matter in object language. Otherwise, they need teaching performance to know subject matter in human language. We know that dark knowledge is the source of intuitive objects. Students can find the smart objects of definitions, matrix and spectrum to generate learning potentials in the knowledge transfer of classroom learnography.


Shiva Narayan
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

Brainpage School

Happiness Classroom ! Book is the transfer source of knowledge and student’s brain is the transfer target of learning. To be high performing students, make brainpage in collaborative classroom by applying the seven dimensions of knowledge transfer. The motor science of knowledge transfer should be launched in the classroom for the learning development and brainpage modules of Autistic or ADHD students. Let the students use motor knowledge to make smart brainpage in the classroom from book to brain direct learning transfer. The cyclozeid of knowledge transfer is rehearsed in the classroom to produce high speed zeidstream in the working mechanism of brain circuits.

Chronicle of a Grassland Saved

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For those of us of a certain age, The Milky Bar Kid was part of our childhood. A boy, dressed as a cowboy, implored us to eat white chocolate  – which was not particularly popular back then. By coincidence one of the boys who played The Milky Bar Kid (there were several) was at the same primary school as I was (there was a famous acting school nearby). I remember him being a bit smug, but then who could blame him? He was The Milky Bar Kid! There was a catchy jingle which I can still recall 50 odd years later. The funny thing is now I realise that white chocolate doesn’t have any more milk in it than milk chocolate (perhaps it has less)  – it’s white because of the cocoa butter that’s used, not the milk. Amazingly, Milky Bars are still selling well nearly 85 years after they first appeared.

Nestles as they were known, or Nestlé as they should be called, were in the news this week for a less wholesome (yes that is irony) reason. When a Cumbrian ecologist Rob Dixon (@wildlakeland) posted pictures of a cracking piece of wildflower-rich grassland – which had been planted with trees, funded by the very same multinational food products company. The small steep slope in a valley in north Cumbria was part of a Dairy Farm which, via First Milk, provided  Nestlé with milk for their not so milky milky bars, and other confectionery.

The steep slope covering 0.65ha of plan area (but is actually an area of around 1ha of grassland, when the slope is taken into account) supports a diverse range of wild plants, including “Butterfly Orchids, Betony, Scabious, Restharrow, Harebell.”  These together suggest to me that this is a piece of species-rich limestone grassland.

Gateshaw Mill farm limestone grassland ©Rob Dixon

tree planting on limestone grassland ©wild lakeland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contrary to some media reports, it’s unlikely to have been hay meadow for a very long time, if ever – but the very strong terracing created by animals (presumably cows as it’s a dairy farm), which shows up nicely in the Google Earth image below, indicates it has been grazed for a long time.

Gateshaw mill limestone grassland. Image: google earth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It appears that Nestlé provide some funding for environmental projects on Cumbrian dairy farms, as part of their partnership with First Milk. This they describe as

a long running sustainability programme to empower & support Cumbrian dairy farmers to play a vital role in the sustainable stewardship of agricultural land. The programme of landscape management, of which tree planting is just one element, also looks to improve watercourse management, enhance biodiversity, improve soil quality, increase climate change resilience and reduce carbon emissions.”

And from the other information they provide,  contract out delivery of this sustainability programme to the Woodland Trust and the Game Conservation and Wildlife Trust, specifically its Allerton Project. It doesn’t look like First Milk play any role in the sustainability programme, but it’s not entirely clear.

When asked how this could have happened, the Woodland Trust published this statement

 

 

 

So far the Game Conservation Wildlife Trust and its Allerton Project have not responded to questions about their involvement. Given that the sustainability project at Gateshaw Mill farm was tree-planting, it’s reasonable to conclude that it was The Woodland Trust which organised it.

How could a conservation organisation such as WT have missed the fact that this was a nationally important area of grassland for its wildlife, before planting trees on it? Apparently the only check WT staff made before deciding to plant trees was a desk study  – I assume they looked on  MAGIC – the Government website which purports to show where valuable wildlife can be found in England.

 

 

 

 

 

MAGIC does not show the limestone grassland as “priority habitat”, although interestingly it does show adjacent areas of woodland (dark green) and “assumed woodland (hatched green)  – some of which was planted as part of an earlier FC – granted tree planting scheme.

 

 

 

 

you can see the rows of planted trees on this google earth image.

Had the WT looked on the Forestry Commission’s own GIS portal it would have found that the area of limestone grassland did fall into the buffer zone of the “priority habitat network”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This isn’t anything to do with the presence of the limestone grassland though, merely a buffer around the area of recent broadleaved woodland. It might possibly have triggered some further thinking and checking.

Perhaps WT might have checked with the Local Wildlife Sites project for Cumbria? As I have written recently, Local Wildlife Sites cover a much larger area than SSSIs but don’t appear on MAGIC. Sadly Cumbria Wildlife Trust had to close its Local Wildlife Sites project because of cuts in funding. I don’t know whether this particular piece of grassland was a Local Wildlife Site, but it seems very unlikely as the farmer was unaware of its value.

Where else might the WT have looked for information if they were just relying on a desk study to assess the value of a grassland before planting trees on it? The Local Records Centre would be an obvious place to go – in this case the Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre.  These local record centres have also been deeply affected by funding cuts over the past 10 years and rely on charging for access to their data as a way of surviving. So perhaps WT decided not to check with them because they didn’t want to pay, or perhaps it just didn’t occur to them.

The Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland also holds data on the wild plants of Britain. Some of their data is held with local record centres, and they also have their own database of sites supporting threatened, declining and rare plants. Some of these records are now held at very high resolution (to 10m) thanks to hand held GPS.  If WT had checked with either the BSBI or the Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre, I am confident that the value of this grassland would have become apparent to them.

Thankfully Nestlé acted quickly once they became aware that the tree planting was going to damage a nationally important piece of grassland and the trees are going to be removed. Hopefully no long term damage will result in this misguided, if good intentioned, piece of activity.

Because the planting area was so small, and the area of grassland had not been identified as priority habitat (and therefore appear on MAGIC), the planting project did not have to go through an Environmental Impact Assessment – EIA. The threshold for this process being triggered is either 2ha or 5ha depending on where the planting is due to take place (though in special circumstances it can reduce to zero – eg for protected sites and even Local Wildlife Sites, if the FC know about them). The Forestry Commission were not involved at any point.

This incident highlights something which I was writing about in  the General Election campaign – you remember, the one with the tree planting auction.  There is very real risk now that with such a large tree planting target now being cemented in to Government policy and possibly legislation, organisations, such as WT, will be heading out with generous incentives for landowners to plant up every conceivable piece of land. And naturally, the landowners will be looking at their land which is the least productive in agricultural terms – you know, those awkward bits where you can’t get machinery on, the steep slopes, the wet corners. The steep slopes, supporting perhaps the last vestiges of wildlife-rich grassland. I can take you to any number of places where steep slopes of chalk downland have been lost to tree planting in Dorset, over a number of decades. And that has been replicated across the country. But we haven’t seen anything like the scale of tree planting being planned now, for a very long time.

It’s now more urgent than ever that a Valuable Grassland Inventory is created to identify all of the remaining areas of grassland, such as the one this story revolves around. By identifying them, mapping them and recording their value, this means that the landowners will know what they have, why it’s valuable and how best to manage it. These are the places that landowners should be rewarded for maintaining, through the new Agriculture Bill “public money for public goods” scheme. These are the places which form vital nodes in the much vaunted Nature Recovery Network at the heart of the 25 year environment plan. And these are the places which provide the species to spread out and colonise newly created areas for wildlife, whether via rewilding or not.

In the meantime though, it’s incumbent on organisations like The Woodland Trust, to check, check and double check before planting on any grassland which might remotely not be just Rye Grass and White Clover. If in doubt, get a competent botanist to check the site before making any decisions. Even semi-improved grasslands might have sufficient value to avoid having trees planted on them, and instead go into a restoration programme back to species-rich grassland. In some parts of the country all that’s left is semi-improved grassland.

 

LIMERENCE

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A technical term for having a crush on a person

Study hard ! Make smart brainpage in the happiness classroom !! Work hard for happy living !!!

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Dark knowledge is the main source of creativity that provides the new sequence of smart objects

Creativity of Father Teachers

A student’s brain has advanced ability to draw learning pathways for the modulation of brainpage processing. The matrix of knowledge is the source of creativity that provides the zeid sequences of knowledge segments. Don’t waste time on thinking of hardships and expected outcomes when tasks are given for problem solving activities. Soon start to solve the required task and the prior informative zeidpage of brain learning will automatically come on the pathway of variant solution. Allow your brain to work on the structural and functional blocks of knowledge without hesitation and interruption. Brain has everything for you and it’s powerful in performance. Keep it healthy for working and learning. Stay away from alcohol, addiction and dirty habits to keep smart brainpage safe in learning process.

Origin of creativity is the world of dark knowledge beyond imagination

Albert Einstein says – The only real valuable thing is intuition. This is the root of creativity or innovation for science and technology. Amazing ! The name of my working room is also INTUITION. It makes me happy because this is my happiness classroom. Intuition is the ocean of deep knowledge where we can find all types of object definitions and knowledge spectrum. In fact, mathematics is the source of intuitive learning. The theory of relativity is based on the deep learning of dark knowledge. I have designed the theory of brain learnography by extracting the hidden learning potential of brain mechanism. We know that cognitive knowledge is embedded in intuitive knowledge which is acquired by birth.

Dark Knowledge

Natural objects and man-made devices may face the effects of wear and tear but the chapters of knowledge and learning are renewed during the pace of time. We must respect the factors of time, object and space, as we need skill, knowledge and merit at the working place. Students have to develop the learnogram at finger tips and apply the learnography of knowledge transfer in learning space. The function of dark knowledge is observed in visuo-spatial learnography beyond thinking and imagination. It is obvious that intuitive knowledge is required to see the reflection of dark knowledge in derivation and innovation. The zeid energy of working mechanism is the learning potential of student’s brainpage modules. It must be used in making the modules of maths chapters such as trigonometry, algebra and geometry. In fact, dark knowledge is the main source of creativity that provides new sequence of smart objects for intuitive ideas.

Brain Learnography

The motor circuitry of student’s brain is unique in advanced learning mechanism and modular brainpage making process for school performance. Mistake is a form of zeid factor that always draws the attention of its maker to fix the problem with suitable content. Self-taught individuals know the techniques and detection of mistake theory. Obviously, mistake is a great teacher that directs the right pathway to success. Zeid factor is related to control competing behavior in the selection of working pathways. This is our cognitive ability to do something and do it well. Brain’s ability to assess our performance accurately is a crucial cognitive function. It allows us to make valid decisions about what we should do and shouldn’t do.

White Knowledge

The student’s brain is learning white knowledge from the study of textbooks. Teachers also perform white knowledge on the blackboard. Students are listening and watching white knowledge in the classroom. The course book of academy is the source book of knowledge and studies. These books are written from the creative work of father teachers and we learn the chapter of subject matter from these textbooks. The pattern of object and structure gives face factors that launch mirror reflection to the amygdala system of brain. This is the small part of student’s brain but plays decisive role in knowledge learning by putting pattern zeid marker on the definition address of functional objects.

Three important centers of knowledge transfer in motor science

The power and precision of knowledge transfer are attained from the motor science and muscle compartments of upper limbs describing human functions in arm, forearm, hand and fingers. Two subcortical motor centers of the student’s brain are the basal ganglia and the cerebellum. Basal ganglia are found deep in each cerebral hemisphere. Cerebellum is attached to the dorsal side of brainstem. Both of these structures are projected to the motor cortex of frontal lobe. Thus, each subcortical center can influence behavior and learning by activating the motor cortex of student’s brain. In addition, both the basal ganglia and the cerebellum have output that bypasses the motor cortex and can influence motor neurons with connections through brainstem. This is the main root of learning operation and working performance in the unconscious parts of student’s brain.

Damaged motor cortex of human brain

The motor science of knowledge transfer is based on the studies of motor cortex and subcortical sites that include the basal ganglia, cerebellum and parts of brainstem. The neuroscience research of motor cortex shows that motor cortex is not essential for a well-learned skilled behavior and working operation. The subcortical sites of brain store learned motor programs and control the skilled behavior of working learnography. These subcortical sites are modified in the learning process of procedural activity. Although motor cortex appears to have no role in executing a skilled motor pattern, it does appear to have a role in the initialization of learning transfer. It is fact that damaged motor cortex never creates the skilled motor pattern of working mechanism to solve the goal oriented tasks of knowledge transfer.

Learning transfer of motor system

Motivation is dopamine based pleasure releasing process for convincing and it may be addictive to student’s brain like opioids. So give kids the system of knowledge transfer instead of high, deep and long motivational teachings. The hidden system of understanding is active all the time in the working mechanism of student’s brain. In collaborative classroom, students have to allow their learning brains to know the block solver of difficult problems whatever resources are available. Give the students the system and process of knowledge transfer, not the teaching performance of motivation, instruction, cognition, demonstration and inspiration. Humans cannot develop the theories, methods and structures of science and technology without the power and precision of upper limb which is associated with the enhanced motor systems of cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry. Hence, motor science is crucial to the effective learning transfer of happiness classroom.


Shiva Narayan
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

Brainpage School

Happiness Classroom ! Book is the transfer source of knowledge and student’s brain is the transfer target of learning. To be high performing students, make brainpage in collaborative classroom by applying the seven dimensions of knowledge transfer. The motor science of knowledge transfer should be launched in the classroom for the learning development and brainpage modules of Autistic or ADHD students. Let the students use motor knowledge to make smart brainpage in the classroom from book to brain direct learning transfer. The cyclozeid of knowledge transfer is rehearsed in the classroom to produce high speed zeidstream in the working mechanism of brain circuits.

Universal Skills for Learners: Increasing School Relevancy

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Kids are learning – but for way too many it occurs outside of the school environment rather than during school. Given today’s technologies, it makes sense and is exciting that learning occurs after schools hours, but for exciting, engaging, and profound learning not to occur during school hours is, simply put, a travesty.

I contend that school, especially in the latter part of the 20th century, had a high degree of irrelevancy but in today’s highly connected world, it is absurd, verging, in my perspective, as unethical practices. We are asking today’s students to spend so much of their school lives doing tasks that are unconnected to the the skills that need now and in their future lives.

. . . and the kids agree as studies have indicated.

Gallup has conducted more than 5 million surveys with students in grades five through 12 over the past several years. These students have come from every state and from a range of rural, suburban and urban school settings. Almost half of students who responded to the survey are engaged with school (47%), with approximately one-fourth “not engaged” (29%) and the remainder “actively disengaged” (24%). A closer look at the data by grade level reveals a disturbing trend. Engagement is strong at the end of elementary school, with nearly three-quarters of fifth-graders (74%) reporting high levels of engagement. But similar surveys have shown a gradual and steady decline in engagement from fifth grade through about 10th grade, with approximately half of students in middle school reporting high levels of engagement and about one-third of high school students reporting the same (School Engagement Is More Than Just Talk).

Just 54 percent of middle schoolers and 46 percent of high schoolers think their studies are relevant, according to new data from the nonprofit YouthTruth. Relevance was rated lowest on the survey of various measures of student engagement: if students take pride in their work, if they enjoy going to school, if their schoolwork is relevant, if they try to do their best, and if their teachers’ expectations help them with that goal (Only Half of Students Think What They’re Learning in School Is Relevant to the Real World, Survey Says).

Over five years ago, I wrote a post entitled Universal Skills All Learners Should Know How to Do in order to discuss those skills I believe are important for learners during this era. For this post, I revisited it. I revised it to now include financial literacy and civics.

I think most administrators and educators (and learners) would agree with the importance of most of the skills on this list to assist learners to be successful now and in their futures. Sadly, though, too few of these skills are directly and intentionally taught to learners: writing, speaking, and for more progressive schools, engaging in the arts and the computer science related skills. Is the current school system model really the best we can do?

JUST A THOUGHT

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Small teachers are the high performing students of happiness classroom

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Big teachers can transform students into small teachers using the brainpage theory of knowledge transfer

Reading defined as learning voice

Learning voice is the memory card of human brain to restore learning and working. We know that reading is conducted to understand the subject matter of chapter. Human articulation is advanced in evolution and helps in the task processing of learnography. Skill learning is the brainpage development and corresponding motor finger mapping of pattern, formator and solver. This is known as the procedural capacity of student’s brain to get success in academic performance. The cycling of learning segment undergoes brain imagery in visual-prefrontal circuitry and loop formation is launched on cyclozeid until the required target is achieved. 20-20 brainpage is the good practice of class books for test preparation. Altogether the brainpage of four subjects may be finished everyday.

A classroom of small teachers

This is the fact of brain science that big teacher can produce small teachers in the classroom and learning may be enhanced in the brainpage modulation of knowledge transfer. A classroom of small teachers is defined as the Taxshila model of school system. We know that medical doctors are produced in the classroom conducted and taught by the doctors of medical college. In the same way, junior engineers are produced in the institute of technology when they are taught by qualified engineers. Target creates instances for working and processing. So instance guided object learning (IGOL) must be launched in the collaborative classroom of school system. School learnography and brainpage theory can change students into the small teachers of classroom in the Taxshila 2020.

Learning Quality

The learnodynamics of smart brainpage produces learning quality in task processing. Quality education is expected everywhere in the world and teaching is the main aspect of school education. The brainpage of skill, knowledge and experience develops from the learning process of school system. We know that academic success depends on the smart brainpage of learning activities. In fact, quality gives high performance and it is evaluated by asking questions in the exams or the test of problem solving tasks.

Education vs Learnography

Learnography is the alternate form of education. Teaching performance runs in education while the brainpage of knowledge transfer is modulated in learnography. The brainpage of task formator recognizes the necessary pattern of subject matter but block solver is prepared to know new knowledge and hard tasks. It is obvious that new chapter is always uneasy for understanding and learning. It is often discussed that teaching can simplify difficult lesson and students will know new chapter without hardships. It’s not always true because brain learning remains incomplete and plasticity does not happen to retain the knowledge spectrum of source page. Teaching can’t trigger the openings of new synaptic potentials in student’s brain-parts and hence cannot help in the problem solving activities of school chapters.

Learning Machine

There are many types of brainpage modules to describe the dimensions of knowledge transfer in the learning process of school ecosystem. Here, function matrix, definition spectrum, block solver, hippo compass, module builder, task formator and dark knowledge are the dimensions of school learnography. Biologically, cyclozeid is a learning machine and it is crucial to accelerate the speed of knowledge processing for good learning and long term memory. It is door to new ideas and innovation. We know that knowledge learning is the application of pattern, format and template of object programming. This is known as the formatting ability of student’s brain.

Teacher as task moderator

Task is moderated in school hours instead of teaching activities. School learnography is more important than home learnography but teaching is performed in the classroom. Students don’t get time to make brainpage modules from knowledge learning chapters in school hours. The teacher may be a good moderator for the tasks of knowledge transfer to guide children towards the working mechanism of brain learnography. It is obvious that small teacher is the transformation of a hard learning student. He may be the task modulator in classroom to share with other students in brainpage making process. Thus, big teacher is the input of school system but small teacher is the outcome of classroom performance in the Taxshila 2020 Model.

Blackboard Performer

We know that school learnography and brainpage theory can change students into the small teachers of classroom. Blackboard performer conducts mostly three types of brain activities – visual imaging, page writing and speech broadcast. Brain modulation reaches at its highest level during board performance. Task, time and brainpage modules are moderated in the space of learnography to secure high grading in school performance. Qualified student may be the modulator of task performance on the blackboard using the learning mechanism of brain science. He can help other students in brainpage making process by describing time and voice to the moduation of knowledge chapters.


Shiva Narayan
Principal
Golden Star Secondary School
Rajbiraj, Nepal

Brainpage School

Happiness Classroom ! Book is the transfer source of knowledge and student’s brain is the transfer target of learning. To be high performing students, make brainpage in collaborative classroom by applying the seven dimensions of knowledge transfer. The motor science of knowledge transfer should be launched in the classroom for the learning development and brainpage modules of Autistic or ADHD students. Let the students use motor knowledge to make smart brainpage in the classroom from book to brain direct learning transfer. The cyclozeid of knowledge transfer is rehearsed in the classroom to produce high speed zeidstream in the working mechanism of brain circuits.

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Many of you who have been following my blog will know of my first book Accursed Women, is about the plight of women in the ancient world. Even though the characters in the stories are fictional and based on mythical beings, the issues they faced and the lives they led were a reflection of the…

Valentine’s Day 💕

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“So what’s your plan? Day out, candle light, roses and gifts, surprises?”, they asked about one day.

“It’s marriage, children, family, grey hair, wrinkled eyes, walking stick, and still together with one person”, I explained about my whole life. ❤

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Full of energy and enthusiasm, it's especially used for a girl or a woman

EDUCATION, A JOB THAT NEVER ENDS, OR GROW OLD

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Plato treats the subject of education in The Republic as an integral and vital part of a wider subject of the well-being of human society. The ultimate aim of education is to help people know the Idea of the Good, which is to be virtuous.

“A library of wisdom, is more precious than all wealth, and all things that are desirable cannot be compared to it. Whoever therefore claims to be zealous of truth, of happiness, of wisdom or knowledge, must become a lover of books.”

“Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.” “The measure of a man is what he does with power.” “The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future in life”. “Opinion is the medium between knowledge and ignorance.”

Quotes attributed to Plato.

Socrates Giving His Farewell Speech Before Drinking Hemlock

Who said  teaching was ever easy?

Socrates paid with his life for the crime of teaching his fellow Athenians.

The importance of a good education its never lost for most parents, its convincing the children the problem.

Yes I know, today getting an education can cost a fortune, and not every parent can send his children to a good school, but I am sure every conscious parent will do his best to give their child the best they can.

Reflections On The Hardships Of Teaching.

Well, what can we say, simply put to be a good teacher it takes many sacrifices, and love, yes you got to love teaching, otherwise you are not just wasting your time but worst, endangering the education of those who you teach.

If you may want to make money, being a teacher its probably not for you, only a few very specialized teachers may do that, and not necessarily will be the one you remember as a great inspiration for you, to try to achieve something in life, you may find those very early on your education.

Yes, that wonderful teacher who inspired you to really start reading, or be conscious about the neatness of your homework, or simply made the class not boring, and inspired you to find more about it on your own time.

Yes every teacher has to deal with nightmare students, its bad enough when you have two, or three, bad apples, at the classroom but sometimes its ridiculous!

Nightmare Class

Teaching Begins At Home

Usually bad discipline at home translate as bad behavior at school, if the parents are responsible, and dedicated parents, the child will be well behaved at the classroom.

Yes unfortunately bad behavior at school, doesn’t mean the school its lousy, but that you are not doing the proper thing with your children at home.

You will be surprised, at how many 21 year old youngsters  behave worst than a child of seven, and its simply because they did not have at home any discipline whatsoever, very likely the parents were not taught either, or criminally abandoned their responsibility, and let children to themselves, or the result of broken homes, where the responsible parent spent most time at work, and children grew on their own.

Behavior its learned at home, period.

Lack of Discipline at Home reflects on Class

How do I know that?

Well, currently I am privately tutoring a 21 year old youngster, who mentally its at twelve at most!

He cannot do homework, its always  late, he wants to change the class at his convenience, day, or hours, and place, regardless what we agree before, he questions me at every turn, like if what I am teaching its not true, he always knows better in an argument, about things he does not know anything, practically I have to force him to read a page on his phone, about what I am trying to teach him, so he realize I am not talking gibberish, or making it up, that by the way, take him a long time since he reads but very slowly, his phone its not a tool for research, but for entertainment, often bring next time a book on the subject we were arguing, and then he wants for me to give him the book for free!

Once I loaned a book for him to make a copy, he didn’t, he had a week to do it, and have to ask him several times for it, until his mother promise me she would return it to me, she did.

I mean the youngster its not stupid, bad, or mentally impaired, he is smart, he is just terribly childish.

Only child, parents divorced, mother works daily away from home, the youngster cannot keep a job, can you wonder why?

He may be 21, but he has not gain on maturity, period.

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Being a teacher its not easy.

But it can be summed up on a brief list:

Disruptive environment, or simply put students discipline problems.

The rules of teaching are constantly changing. In some aspects, this is good while occasionally it may also be bad. Teaching is not immune to fads.

Great teachers invest a tremendous amount of time outside of the time spent with their students. They understand that all these things have a significant impact on student learning. However, teachers must commit to stepping away from their teaching responsibilities from time to time so that their personal life does not suffer in some aspect.

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Students are not the same, they are at different levels, and some require more time and effort than others, in a crowded classroom, well it will be difficult to say the least.

Lack of funding, reflects on overcrowded classrooms, lacks of qualified teachers, books, materials, lack of time for personal attention and many other maladies, that unfortunately reflects also on the quality of the education for the absence of money.

And of course Parental involvement, or the lack of it.

Parents Oblivious To Their Children Needs

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