The Natural Human Learning Process is a process that helps you understand the way that we
Learn. Dr. Smilkstein made it clear that it takes six key steps that help the brain learn in a better process. The more knowledge the brain receives the more dendrites grows inside to keep the information.
I’ve realize everything I do in life trying to get better at something the NHLP stages always come in handy. Motivation, practice, advanced practicing; more skills, refinement, and mastery are the steps to accomplish anything you put your mind to. The brain works in patterns because this is how the brain learns by constructing knowledge through sequential stages. Inside the brain is kind of looks like tree roots growing from the ground up. Just imagine the basics of a tree growing from the ground up to the roots and that’s what we have. There are the axon terminal blubs which are like description of the stump of the tree. Axon and myelin sheath is the base and the cell body and dendrites neutron are the roots that make up trillion of brain cells floating along.
I accomplished my driving skills by allowing my brain to gain confidence to drive. I was coming of age to get my learners permit so I had to learn one day because driving is something I always wanted to do. I once was afraid to get behind a wheel of a car until one day I motivated myself by thinking about how cool it would be to drive my junior year of high school before most students did, which is the first step of the NHLP process. Next, practicing came along. My brother taught me the basics about driving one night training on a long,dark, narrow country road in Prospect, Virginia for a week straight until I got used to the feel of driving. By the end of the week my driving skills were better than before. My practicing went from back roads to main highways by the weekend to advance my skills. After I mastered...