For Educators

Funny photograph of a toy brain with toy glasses resting on an open book
Encourage your students to look for neuroscience outside of science class.
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Dr. Larry Rosen shows why he believes student distratction is a function of poor metacognition, boredom, and nomophobia.
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At what age do we start stereotyping who we think of as a scientist? Use this activity to talk with your students about what a neuroscientist really looks like.
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Neuroscientists combat destructive neurological disorders and mental illnesses including Alzheimer’s disease, drug addiction, and depression through research.
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Our senses do more than tell us when something smells sweet, or feels soft — they help us interpret our environment. This presentation will help you teach students how the brain processes our senses.
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Past D.C. Brain Bee winners share their experience preparing for the competition.
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Learn more about the different strategies used for managing trauma in the classroom.
  • Concordia University Blog
A team of researchers have put together a few tips to make the most of your students’ brain power.
  • ISTE
Research has shown that poverty is tied to structural differences in the brain.
  • EdSurge
Read more about what happens when your students' brains grow from chaos to clarity.
  • Edutopia
Trauma and stress can have a negative impact on students' brain function.
  • Concordia University Blog
Want to know how the brain works? Let these eight fundamental concepts guide your way.
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This article provides some tools to help your students with self-directed learning.
  • Edutopia

3D Brain

An interactive brain map that you can rotate in a three-dimensional space.