Our brain is not limited to the one that is located in our skull only. To make a decision, to solve a problem, or to create new ideas; needs more than sitting quietly in a closed room and running our thoughts.
We, as educators and researchers, dependent on social and peer learning in teaching, which this article highlights as a tool to expand our brain. In the same vien, moving around, connect with the nature would also expand our brain. Such approach allies with my usual advice to find a solution for complicated problems: get the main points of the problem and go for a long walk, then start to work on the solution.
The article also stated that the brain and the body are so much related and can’t be separated, aren’t we always say that: the good brain needs a good body?
It is an interesting article that opens many channels for us to thrive. Don’t you think so?
Your brain has limits. Here are some simple ways to extend your mind, according to science
SCARF frame, as the author of this attached article, promises to be a great help for leaders especially nowadays when uncertainty rises and changes are coming faster than we think.
The frame that the author highlights would help leader to lead to the desired goal. At the end of the day, the role of leader could be more important than we think. It is the leadership that we seek especially in difficult situations and circumstances. We need the leader to communicate clearly, to be able to predict the future, to make us feel as valued component of the whole process, don’t we?
Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness, & Fairness. Those are the main points that the author discusses in the attached article.
Skill up and Thrive. You need these skills and habits to be a great leaders. Some essential skills such as, communication skills, Decision making skills, problem-solving skills and others that this article highlights.
Reading only won’t help much to grow or to accumulate knowledge or skills. To be able to benefit from readings you need certain skills (that are part of the information literacy skills) that I always talk about and encourage everyone to either acquire them or update them. Among these needed skills are critical thinking skills and communication skills.
In the attached article, the author highlights three main points that strength your ability to benefit from readings.
Want to Learn Faster and Retain More Information? A Leading Brain Expert Says Just Ask Yourself These 3 Questions