Neuroeducation as the Fourth Lesson in a Lean Six Sigma environment

Neuroeducation as the Fourth Lesson in a Lean Six Sigma environment


We know that brain is plastic and our world changes and evolves as a result of our brain and mind. Our contemporary view of acquiring knowledge changes once the brain makes new synapses that lead to further changes. What we might not be able to comprehend at this time is that regardless of the type of work that companies or organizations perform, the people who are in contact with their educators, teachers and trainers, and follow on the latest technological advancements, will be able to further improve their mental capabilities. It is known that teachers who understand that the brain’s emotional wiring connects with the prefrontal cortex need to provide their students with a positive emotional connection to learning.

Neuroeducation is the “human science” and while it seems that between educators and neurologist there are many topics that need further resolution, we also know that each person has innate characteristics that will thrive in positive environments. [1],[2],]3]

The brain will always want to learn and engage same as a learning machine. What it means is that stepping out of the same old routines and trying something new and different will help the brain to quit the autopilot operating and go forward to something that is different. Improving the fluid intelligence requires not only that companies and organizations are open to provide diverse training and education but also that the type of training provided are challenging enough to provide the students with a long pattern in learning new tasks or subjects [4]. It is only then when people will be able to maintain a healthy mind with aging. [5]


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