The aim of education should be to create autonomous learners (i.e., learning to learn).
- Bruner (1961)
In the late 50s and 60s, when studies on the cognitive approach in psychology became an interest in academia, professionals began to approach the human brain differently. The human mind now was seen as an information processing system with unique cognitive stimuli like perception, attention, language, memory, thinking, and consciousness.
As time went by, this revolutionized the way we saw human brains. And how behavior and learning styles depended uniquely on the cognitive abilities of a person.
At IntellAdapt, we developed Brainiak on the model of cognitive-based learning and stimuli observation. Brainiak adaptive learning entails an EEG headband and the Brainiak Analytics AI application.
So, this is how it works. A student wears a headband that is Bluetooth-enabled. It connects to the application designed by the IntellAdapt adaptive learning platform.
The student connects to his or her first learning module. Brainiak analyzes the brain in real-time. Based on the results obtained, the subsequent learning modules are automatically presented to the student's learning style. This process facilitates successful retention and acquisition of a subject.
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