Anatomy of a Motherboard Article by Marty Sems Lori Garris

By Marty Sems Lori Garris

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This is why memorisation of an event or of information can be improved by a strong emotional state, a special context, heightened motivation or increased attention. Learning a lesson too often means being able to recite it. Training and testing are usually based on retrieving and therefore on memorising information often to the detriment of mastering skills and even of understanding content. Is this role given to memory skills in learning justified? This is a pivotal question in the field of education, and is beginning to attract the attention of neuroscientists.

This is a good illustration of how the accurate understanding of scientific evidence is important for informed educational practices. 15. Kozorovitsky et al. (2005) contend that early childhood experience induces structural and biochemical changes in the adult primate brain. 8). 16. More brain activation often means that the brain finds that particular task more difficult to process: see for example, the lower brain activation in expert readers than novice readers in wordrecognition tests. 2. HOW THE BRAIN LEARNS THROUGHOUT LIFE During the first year of life, however, this capacity in relation to non-native language is narrowed down as sensitivity to the sounds of their native language grows.

Plato Early childhood education and care has attracted enormous attention over the past decade. This has been partly driven by research indicating the importance of quality early experiences to children’s short-term cognitive, social and emotional development, as well as to their long-term success in school and later life. The equitable access to quality pre-school education and care has been recognised as key to laying the foundations of lifelong learning for all children and supporting the broad educational and social needs of families.

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