This unit serves a dual purpose, one for the teacher and another for the student. For the teacher, we must understand that the physical, cognitive, language, social, psychological and ethical needs of the children. When his or her needs are met, the child is in their best state to learn. For students, it is vital is to help them gain insight into themselves as a healthy being: mentally, emotionally and physically so that he or she can understand their needs and to ensure they are met. Armed with this knowledge a student will realize that if learning is not independently controlled by the brain, then they are able to take steps to positively enhance their own learning and improve their cognitive abilities. This unit helps give students ownership of their learning and makes them responsible for their own growth.