Learning in the young child and ballet’s valuable contribution to the process.
Written by Mariki Viviers | | |
Learning literally shapes our brains.
Every time we learn something we change the structure of our brain, a little bit, one synapse at a time. The more you learn the richer your synapses. (Synapses describe neuron activity in the brain, neurons communicating with each other.)
Robert Sapolsky said: ’Learning strengthens pre-existing synapses’ www yourbrainatwork.org