Brain Synchronization Theory

This Brain Synchronization Theory has been at the focus of my research since 1986. It is explained in the Journal of Creative Behavior (vol 20, no.3) in an article titled: “Right (or Left) Brain Cognition, Wrong Metaphor for Creative Behavior: It is the Prefrontal Lobe Volition That Makes the (Human/Humane) Difference in the Release of Creative Potential.”
In the context of my “Brain Synchronization Theory,” I will be conducting action research involving a course that I am planning to offer in the 2011 Summer Session at the School of Education. This artifact was chosen to give readers a visual depiction of the theory that undergirds this research as well as a brief sketch of my objectives and the three major phases of my study. This artifact is tied most closely with NETS-T-2b because the standard and the theory both speaks to issues of volition and self-efficacy. In this artifact you will meet the 3-D students who populate my classes. You will learn what I believe about the brain’s capabilities and the terms psychologists use to describe the potentials of students. You will read about the study I pan to conduct and the learning modality instrument and the volitional instruments I will be using in my research. You will see visual depictions of the types of synchronizations the brain must experience for creative potential to be released. [Bottom to Top Synchronization is required for affective competency development. Left to Right Synchronization is needed for cognitive development. Back to Front Synchronization is important for volitional development.] Finally, you will find a quotation that sums up the philosophical tenets of my research.