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About the Brain:                 

Brain Plasticity: How learning changes your brain 

By: Dr. Pascale Michelon

You may have heard that the brain is plas­tic. As you know the brain is not made of plas­tic! Neu­ro­plas­tic­ity or brain plas­tic­ity refers to the brain’s abil­ity to CHANGE through­out life. The brain has the amaz­ing abil­ity to reor­ga­nize itself by form­ing new con­nec­tions between brain cells (neurons). In addi­tion to genetic fac­tors, the envi­ron­ment in which a per­son lives, as well as the actions of that per­son, play a role in plasticity.

Neu­ro­plas­tic­ity occurs in the brain:

1– At the begin­ning of life: when the imma­ture brain orga­nizes itself.

2– In case of brain injury: to com­pen­sate for lost func­tions or max­i­mize remain­ing functions.

3– Through adult­hood: when­ever some­thing new is learned and memorized

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Auditory Transduction

Brain Plasticity: What is it? Learning and Memory

The Brain: How the Brain Rewires Itself-TIME-Time Magazine

Changing Education Paradigms

Norman Dioge on the brain and neuroplasticity


Case Studies:

Integrated Listening Systems


Recommended Reading:

The Brain That Changes Itself by Norman Doidge, M.D.

The Element by Sir Ken Robinson. How finding your passion changes everything.

Neurodiversity by Thomas Armstrong, PhD. Discovering the Extraordinary Gifts of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and Other Brain Differences.

One Mind at a Time by Mel Levine, M. D. America’s Top Learning Expert Shows How Every Child Can Succeed.

The Edison Gene by Thom Hartmann. Creativity, high achievement and success.

The Gift of Dyslexia by Ron Davis. Why some of the smartest people can’t read... and how they can learn.