Prospectus: a Neurodevelopmental Approach to Learning
“For things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” – Aristotle
There is a neural network for everything. Any learning, perception, or action equals activation in the brain network. In order for learning to occur neural networks must be developed. Through life experiences; medical, physical or emotional, these networks are pruned and the learning potential is impacted. The Prospectus: a Neurodevelopmental Approach to Learning provides a deeper understanding of how learning is impacted, and how combining an element of art infused with a neuroscience approach can improve learning potential, build confidence and affect behavior. The publication includes summaries of clinical research and an understanding of a neuroscience approach to learning as the foundation or precursor to any activity.