TITLE

BRAIN-BASED LEARNING AND STUDENT-CENTRISM ON CURRICULUM

AUTHOR(S)
Özel, Ali; Bayindir, Nida; Özel, Emine; Çıftçıoğlu, İsmail
PUB. DATE
March 2008
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2008, Vol. 12 Issue 35, p343
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Brain researches confess that multiple complex and concrete experiences have vital importance for learning and teaching. This also means that human brain should be used in best way and it should be known that which conditions related to using unlimited capacity about setting relationships increase this process to top level. When we analyse traditional curriculum we see that it focuses on certain aims which are irrelevant from each other and organized in a linear content. However, brain realities in the direction that brain operates like a data processing module and makes fast processes in coding and giving meaning to every datum. A learner waits for the stimulations coming from the outside environment with his brain coded for seeing the relation between connections and tries to construct its own meaning integrity. The understandings adopted with new curriculum determined well the role of a learner in learning situations and brought the designing suitable experiences in enriching the content well. In this study, the process of brain in this way was included and it was tried to be displayed the concrete relationships between the new curriculum understanding and the curriculum According to this, it was seen that the new curriculum was designed appropriate for the biological realities of the learners and the applications are theoretically appropriate for universal brain based learning principles.
ACCESSION #
37018780

 

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