Neurological Education and the Representation of Knowledge in Art

Cruceru CM

Published on: 2019-10-18

Abstract

The total research is based on scientific discoveries on the brain, psychology and neurology to develop theories and methods that enhance the development of learning and improve cognitive and motor skills of the individual. In this article we will only explain some aspects. The total research is bold and needs a life dedicated to study, however, my desire is to make the reader understand the importance of creating programs based on clinical studies and also how these discoveries applied in the field of art can be transferred to other disciplines. John T Bruer explains in an educational publication the objections of neuroscientists to brain-based education. When analyzing the demands of the right brain with respect to the left, one problem is people's credulity in traditional theories about the brain. Traditional theories are imprecise in their instruction and what science affirms is that it is scientifically useless to project cognitive abilities (arithmetic, spatial perception, logic, reasoning...), in one cerebral hemisphere or in another. However, this does not mean that brain-based educational theories should not be practiced; they should be used when the impact they have on student learning is demonstrated.

Keywords

Brain; Psychology; Neurology; Motor skills; Clinical studies