PAR-1 Select a part of the brain. Explain its functions and how it impacts learning!The Brain-SELECT ONE PART AND EXPLAINBrain3 DivisionsHindbrainprimitive core, 1st to form, top of spinal cord, regulates basic somatic activities like breathingBrain stem-top of spinal cord-2 partsi. Medulla oblongata-bump in spinal cord, controls breathing, heart rate, BP, digestion; damage is usually fatalii. Pons-connects the two halves of the cerebellum, regulates arousal1. raphe nucleisystem of nerves through the pons, uses serotonin, believed to trigger and maintain slow wave sleepCerebellummaintains balance, coordinates movements, and controls posture. Damage can cause ataxiaslurred speech, tremors, and loss of balance.Midbrainold brain, next to form, involved with other aspects of movement and sleepReticular formationsystem of nerves; from spinal cord through hindbrain and into midbrain. Involved with sleep, maintaining a waking state, arousal and attention. Also plays a part in the sensation of touch.Substantia nigramidbrain into forebrainsystem of nerves; regulates many aspects of movement such as initiation, termination, smoothness, and directedness. Parkinsonsreduced dopamine, destroys substantia nigraForebrainnewest brain, last to form, involved with higher order thinkingSubcortical Structuresi. Thalamusthe relay stationrelays information from incoming sensory systems (except for olfactory information, which goes directly to the limbic system) to the appropriate areas of the cortex. Also involved with motor activity, language, and memory. Korsakoff Syndrome involves damage to neurons in the thalamus and mammillary bodies of the hypothalamus.ii. Hypothalamuscontrols ANS and Endocrine system in conjunction with the pituitary gland. Maintains homeostasis of fluids, temperature, metabolism, and appetite. Involved with motivated behaviors such as eating, drinking, sex, and aggression.1. Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN)system of nerves located in the hypothalamus; involved with regulating circadian rhythms. Takes information from the eyes (retina), interprets it, and passes it on to the pineal gland which then secretes the hormone melatonin.iii. Basal Gangliasystem of nerves; includes the caudate nucleus, putamen, globus pallidus, and substantia nigra. Involved with planning, organizing, and coordinating voluntary movement. Disorders associated with the basal ganglia are: Huntingtons Disease, Parkinsons Disease, and Tourettes Syndrome. Also implicated in mania, obsessive-compulsive symptoms, and psychosis.iv. Limbic Systemseveral brain structures that work together to mediate the emotional component of behavior. Also involved with memory.1. Amygdalaintegrates and directs emotional behavior, attaches emotional significance to sensory information and mediates defensive and aggressive behavior2. Septuminhibits emotionality3. Hippocampusinvolved more with memory, particularly the transfer of memory from short-term to long-term memoryCerebral Cortexmakes up more than 80% of brains total weight and is responsible for higher cognitive, emotional, and motor functions. This is the outer, gray squiggly area, and it is divided into 4 lobes.i. Frontal lobeincludes motor, premotor, and prefrontal areas. Receives information from other areas of the brain and then sends out commands to muscles to make voluntary movements. Involved with expressive language. Higher order skills, such as planning, organizing, and reasoning. Also, some concentration, attention, and orientation.ii. Parietalcontains somatosensory cortex; involved with interpreting and making sense of touch, pain, and temperatureiii. Temporalsound and smell, receptive language, memory and emotion-lateral fissureseparates the temporal lobe from the frontal and part of the parietal lobesiv. Occipitalreceives visual impulses, involved in understanding visual informationPART-2 Transfer of learning is discussed in depth in Chapter 6, so make sure to review this!What are the types of transfer that can occur? Describe the transfer process as it relates to learning in a specific workplace of your choosing.PART-3 Review this weeks course materials and learning activities, and reflect on your learning so far this week. Respond to one or more of the following prompts in one to two paragraphs:Describe what you found interesting regarding this topic, and why.Describe how you will apply that learning in your daily life, including your work life.Describe what may be unclear to you, and what you would like to learn.**Provide citation and reference to the material(s) you discuss.**PART 4-University of Phoenix Material YOU MUST WATCH THIS VIDEO The Learning Machine ONLINE IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THIS ASSIGNMENTAnalysis of Factors in the Transfer ProcessWatch the The Learning Machine video available on the student website.Select and complete one of the following assignments:Option 1: Transfer of Learning PresenSelect specific detailed examples of learning theories (behaviorism, social cognitive, information processing and constructivism) in the video that demonstrate ways to apply transfer of learning concepts in a specific workplace of your choosing.Prepare a 10-12 slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes for your classmates on your ideas.Address the following in your presentation:· Relate the example to one or more of the explanations of transfer of learning included in one of the learning theories.· Provide a description of how this example can be generalized to the workplace.Option 2: Transfer of Learning PaperSelect specific detailed examples of learning theories (behaviorism, social cognitive, information processing and constructivism) in the video that demonstrate methods to apply transfer of learning concepts in a specific workplace of your choosing.Prepare a 3- to 5-page essay on your ideas. Share this essay with your classmates by posting on the student website or providing paper copies.Address the following in your essay:· Relate the example to one or more of the explanations of transfer of learning included in one of the learning theories.· Provide a description of how this example can be generalized to the workplace.Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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