It has also been found that the learning process of a person is dependent on the brain’s capacity to handle a variety of activities in one go (Zadina, 2014). Additionally, research on the brain-based learning explains that the same type of information is likely to be stored in various parts of the brain (Jensen E. P., 2008). As such, the brain-based learning depends on the emotional state of the learner during the learning process, which can be facilitated by factors such as diet, stress and exercise among other conditions. For this, it is evident that the use of brain-based learning technique highly enhances the learning process of the students (Politano & Paquin, 2000, p. 123).
In regard to the confidence, brain-based learning has been found to be efficient in reducing anxiety in learners who are struggling with activities such as reading, pronunciation or any other learning-related activities (Sprenger, 2010). As such, tutors can use this technique to seek the right opportunities that can be used to emphasize the ability of the learner towards the achievement of the brain that they would want. Brain-based learning may also employ various techniques such as the inclusion of music and activities, which have been shown (Connell, 2005) to minimize stress, a killer of confidence in