Scientists find way to map brain’s complexity

Scientists find way to map brain’s complexity LONDON (Reuters) – Scientists say they have moved a step closer to developing a computer model of the brain… […]

Effective learning – explained by the neurologists

Effective learning – explained by the neurologists The research and the Recomnendations. […]

Brain Boost – Learning english

Braining Training Braining Training is the key theme from “The Tomorrows’ Series” of books. At its heart is the assertion or assumption that our brains are a thousand times more effective than we currently believe. Our task here is to give information or examples or hyperlinks to areas of relevance or special interest. Starting with “Learning english” […]

Rhymes for numbers: nick, nack etc.

Rhymes for numbers:- Nick, nack, paddy wack; one, two buckle my shoe; one potato, two potato; I’ll sing you one OH!; On the first day of Christmas; Ten green bottles; one, two, three, four, five; […]

Learning english – the alphabet

Learning english – the alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z. Now also look at “Games” and “Games 2” on the header bar. […]

Learning english – the colours

Learning english – the colours. Theses are not definitive colours particularly as people’s eyesight varies. Just giving you a picture that has it as the main colour. […]

Neuroscience exposes pernicious effects of poverty

Neuroscience exposes pernicious effects of poverty. By Helen Neville. January 29th, 2011; Vol.179 #3 (p. 32) Extract repeated verbatim from “Science News.” “People…need to know the importance of the brain….They need to know it’s changed by experience. They need to know that genes are not destiny.”Brain Development Lab/Univ. of Oregon At the 2010 Society for Neuroscience meeting in San Diego, a gr […]

Learning english:- the numbers

Learning English:- The numbers: having fun with numbers. With pictures. […]

How can we best use Kindles in children’s education?

How can we best use Kindles in children’s education in the UK or even just in Adur? They cost £111 each, inc Vat. They are monochrome and have no images, just text – loads and loads of text. Let’s say we (a school) bought twenty of them, who would […]

Boost your brain – use your brawn, Daily Telegraph 040407

Boost your brain… use your brawn. If you’re sporty, you must be thick’ is a misguided cliché. In fact, a new study says exercise actually increases memory and learning potential. Victoria Lambert reports. Were you one of those forever leaping about on the tennis court at school or were you more likely to be found […]