How Does Our Brain Process Different Types of Information?

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Science
Subject:
Human Anatomy
Grade:
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How Does Our Brain Process Different Types of Information?

How Does Our Brain Process Different Types of Information?

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Our Equipment

What's your learning style

and how do we measure it?

My Prediction

What I think will happen?

My prediction is; that all teachers will have an understanding of how the brain works, so that they can help students obsorb all the knowledge they can, in the best learning style.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

1) Frontal Lobe - Voluntary Movement 2) Parietal Lobe - Sensory (taste, touch) 3) Occipital Lobe - Visual 4) Temporal Lobe - Auditory

- The neocortial lobes primarily are engaged in processing and intergrating different types of information - - visual, auditory, sensory, and voluntary movements.- The brian has 2 hemispheres, and some believe that the right side is most associated with musical ability, left-brained are analytic, and right brain are creative.- Many of these thoughts are being questioned and have found that no single locales in the brain are responsible for vision, language, social behavior, or other complex capabilities. (Gredler, pp. 79 - 81)

We can find out how we learn best by taking some easy on-line self assessements. Theses test can help guide us to a better understanding of auditory, visual, or tactile learning styles.Here are a few sites that will help guide you: - educationplanner.org - wright.edu - edutopia.org

Results

What did we learn?

Four Major Neocortical Lobes

What type of learner are you?Do you know how to improve your study habits?Does your style of learning change as you grow?Look at the following video to answer some of these questions...


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