Emma Lindberg

  • Outreach Associate
  • Society for Neuroscience

Emma is the former Outreach Associate at the Society for Neuroscience. She helped find and create Educator Resources for BrainFacts.org, as well as promote the site at conferences and events across the country. After graduating from San Francisco State University in 2014, Emma spent a year as a volunteer teacher in Southern California.

Articles by Emma Lindberg

Using this worksheet, test your students’ comprehension of the body’s response to environmental changes from Chapter 10 of The Brain Facts Book.
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Looking for new ways/ To teach kids about the brain/ Try neuro haikus
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This twist on a classic party game will test your students’ brain anatomy knowledge.
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Test your students’ understanding of the breadth of tools and techniques in neuroscience research.
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Test your students’ knowledge of brain states.
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Encourage your students to look for neuroscience outside of science class.
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Give me a break! Short pauses throughout the day are proven to help students learn. Try this one.
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Could you explain neuroscience if you only had a simple set of words? Take the challenge!
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Help your students better understand that their brains are always changing with this reading and activity.
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Use an old, familiar tune to teach your students about a variety of nerves in the body.
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Students can squish, build, and light up a neuron in this hands-on activity.
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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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