If you agree that traditional learning ignores the brain’s amazing capabilities to excel, you’ll likely also agree that MITA Brain Based learning approaches could add successful opportunities to the learning process. How so?
We at the MITA Brain Based Center see all humans as capable of developing far more brainpower for both personal and group growth. That’s why MITA’s 5 manifesto points tap into the human brain’s potential to draw from hidden and unused resources.
Add meaning and adventure to learning as you.:
1. Question possibilities with two feet: Learn through curiosity building and you’ll step into questions that engage personal experiences with one foot, and knowledge to extend those experiences, with the other.
2. Target improved solutions to real world problems, that draw from brain based tools, and from differences across cultures, backgrounds, genders and intelligences. MITA targets guide you to create concrete evidence of meaningful outcomes across differences.
3. Expect quality and growth, regardless of past failures or disappointments in learning endeavors. In MITA approaches, expectations inspire caring communities to engage dynamic insights about the human brain that draw together diverse people and deep ideas.
4. Move multiple intelligence resources into action in ways that draw from all cultures represented, and evaluate with unique approaches that include every learner’s proclivity in an intelligence-fair manner.
5. Reflect for ongoing growth that engages the wider community in a Celebration of Knowledge and extends a unit learned into evidence of real world problems solved together.
Much like Joseph Conrad stated in The Heart of Darkness, MITA methods were created on the life-changing belief that:
The mind is capable of anything – because everything in it, is all the past as well as the future.
If you believe that your brain is capable of activity in one or more of the MITA approaches above, you’d likely do especially well in MITA certification – which enables you to accomplish things never before accomplished by using parts of the brain never before used. Have you seen it happen?