How does learning happen?
Learning happens when a person is exposed to new information, processes it, and stores it for future use. Think, encode, store and retrieve!
Learning can happen through various methods, such as reading, listening, watching, or experiencing something firsthand. When a person is exposed to new information or experiences, their brains process it and store it as 'developing' knowledge. This knowledge can then be used to solve problems and make decisions in the future.
Developing stronger connections
At an anatomical level, neurons send electrical signals to one another, forming a synaptic cleft.