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The Power of the Mind: The
Whole Brain Theory
Josefino Tulabing Larena ,CPS,CPE,MPA
Learning Objectives
• Discuss that understanding the left and right
brain may help in improving one’s learning;
• Explore ...
What is the Whole Brain Theory?
• The theory of the whole-brain-work basically
explains the oscillatory dynamics of the
hu...
Dr. Roger Sperry
Dr. Paul Maclean
Triune Brain Theory
Ned Herrmann
Whole Brain Model
Power of Mind
Mind Mapping
• A mind map is a diagram used to visually
organize information. A mind map is hierarchical
and shows relatio...
Mind Mapping
Using Mind Maps Effectively
• Use Single Words or Simple Phrases
• Many words in normal writing are padding as
they ensure...
• Print Words- Joined up or indistinct is more
difficult to read.
Whole Brain Theory in Learning
Houghton Mifflin CollegeThinking
Styles and Learning Styles
• People learn in many different ways. The brain is the source...
Thinking Styles and Learning Styles
Thank you so much
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The Power of the Miind

  1. 1. The Power of the Mind: The Whole Brain Theory Josefino Tulabing Larena ,CPS,CPE,MPA
  2. 2. Learning Objectives • Discuss that understanding the left and right brain may help in improving one’s learning; • Explore two types of mind mapping techniques,each suited to right brain or left brain-dominant thinking styles; and • Make a plan to improve learning using the left and right brain through mind mapping techniques.
  3. 3. What is the Whole Brain Theory? • The theory of the whole-brain-work basically explains the oscillatory dynamics of the human and nonhuman brain during cognitive processing. The theory is based on principles according to which brain functions are represented by the oscillatory activity.
  4. 4. Dr. Roger Sperry
  5. 5. Dr. Paul Maclean
  6. 6. Triune Brain Theory
  7. 7. Ned Herrmann
  8. 8. Whole Brain Model
  9. 9. Power of Mind
  10. 10. Mind Mapping • A mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is hierarchical and shows relationships among pieces of the whole. It is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the center of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added.
  11. 11. Mind Mapping
  12. 12. Using Mind Maps Effectively • Use Single Words or Simple Phrases • Many words in normal writing are padding as they ensure that facts are conveyed in the correct context and in a format that is pleasant to read. In mind maps, single,strong words and short meaningful phrases can convey the same meaning more potently .Excess words just clutter the mind map.
  13. 13. • Print Words- Joined up or indistinct is more difficult to read.
  14. 14. Whole Brain Theory in Learning
  15. 15. Houghton Mifflin CollegeThinking Styles and Learning Styles • People learn in many different ways. The brain is the source of who we are and how we learn. Ned Herrmann combined research on right brain/ left brain differences with research on the Triune brain to create a metaphorical model that illustrates that each person basically has four brains when it comes to the process of thinking and learning. Depending on which quadrants we engage, our learning processes can be very different. Brain dominance leads to thinking style preferences, which impact what we pay attention to and how and what we learn best. Each of these four "brains" or quadrants is listed below with words that typically characterize a person who uses that thinking style
  16. 16. Thinking Styles and Learning Styles
  17. 17. Thank you so much

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