Neuroscience and Technology Transform the Educational Ecosystem

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Franco F. Orsucci and Nicoletta Sala

Series: Neuroscience Research Progress
BISAC: MED057000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/NHNG6007

Scientists, educationalists and policymakers are increasingly recognizing the relevance of neuroscience to education and its potential impact on pedagogy. Our thoughts, perceptions and actions continuously change the strength of connections between neurons in the brain. These physical connections represent our understanding and knowledge of the world around us, our brain plasticity. Education plays a crucial role in changing brains. Teachers are the professionals changing brain connectivity in young people daily! At the same time, significant neuroscience insights reveal the impact of environmental factors of all human technology interfaces on the brain. This book includes thirteen chapters that provide an overview of how the brain works to generate the mind and how technology can be leveraged to enhance education and learning.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Franco Orsucci and Nicoletta Sala

Theoretical Papers

Chapter 1. Interdisciplinary Knowledge and Beyond: Algorithms and Patterns
Franco F. Orsucci
University College London, NCI University London, UK

Chapter 2. Indirect Biological Measures of Consciousness from Field Studies of Brains as Dynamical Systems
Walter J. Freeman
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA

Chapter 3. Circle Mapping Applied in Neural Impulse Sequence Analysis – Neuron Code Research
Qinye Tong1,2,3, Lunping Fang1, Hong Zhang1,2,3, Mingqi Qian2,3, Xu Li3 and Xiaobeng Han3
1
Center of Neural Information Research, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
2Key Laboratory of Biomedical Engineering Ministry of Education, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
3Department of Biomedical Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China

Chapter 4. Cognitive Axioms as Low-Level Rules of Communicative and Other Practices in Social Dynamical Systems
Evguenia V. Liutikova
Independent Researcher, Zhukovsky, Moscow Region, Russia

Chapter 5. Mind Force Theory: Hyper-Network Dynamics in Neuroscience
Franco Orsucci
Department of Neurology and Behavioral Sciences, University of Siena,
Department of Psychology, University College London, UK

Chapter 6. On the Nature and Neural Mechanisms of Mind Force
Walter J. Freeman
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA

Chapter 7. An Inquiry/Review into the Generalized Spectrum of Dimensions, Dq, and Its Relevance to Research
Frederick David Abraham
Blueberry Brain Institute, Waterbury, Vermont, USA

Chapter 8. Gender-Specific Strange Attractors Describe Human Brain Development During Childhood, Latency, Adolescence and Young Adulthood*
Harriet W. Hanlon1 and John Dockery2
1
Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Falls Church, Virginia, VA, USA
2Fairfax County, Virginia, VA, USA

Technical Papers

Chapter 9. Extended Reality in Education
Nicoletta Sala
Institute for Complexity Studies, Italy
Institute for Scientific and Interdisciplinary Studies (ISSI), Switzerland
Institute for Arithmetic Physics (IRFIA), Switzerland

Chapter 10. Educational Robotics in Learning Paths
Raimondo Sgrò
Elettra Robotics Lab, Lecco LC, Italy

Chapter 11. Fractal Geometry in Computer Graphics and in Virtual Reality
Nicoletta Sala1,2
1
Academy of Architecture, University of Italian Switzerland, Largo Bernasconi, Mendrisio, Switzerland
2Department of Informatics and Communication, University of Insubria, Varese, Italy

Case Study

 Chapter 12. Multidisciplinary Skills in the School of Complexity: Educational Technologies, Human Factor, and Non-Cognitive Skills
Laura Cancellara, Nicoletta Sala, Paola Appeddu, Alessandro Lai and Franco Orsucci
PM Mind Force Society/MIUR Roma, Italy

Index