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Talker or Brain Based Mentor at University?

Some  university faculty add value to the learning process. Others clearly do not. That’s not new. But what separates good faculty from those who fail the learning process? New neuro-discoveries changed playing fields yet some faculty cling to sage-on-the-stage mentality. Poor faculty see their role to lecture and test for… Read more »

Five Checkpoints to Brain Based Learning

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…. Read more »