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

How do you celebrate your brain? Every March during Brain Awareness Week, hundreds of communities across the globe come together learn more about the universe between their ears.
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Neuroscience is full of famous scientists and case studies. Work with your students to create models of these pioneers to be used in classroom presentations.
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New neuroscience discoveries are happening every day. Help your students learn how to spot trustworthy science in a news article.
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The holidays are an excuse to enjoy your favorite treats! But what happens to your brain when you over-indulge?
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Electrical circuits and neurons have a lot in common. Show your students how neurons send messages in this hands-on activity.
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Different experiences and environments mold the brain. Here is a list of positive and negative factors that can affect how students learn.
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Roll the dice, race the clock, and claim victory in this collection of neuroscience games.
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Where do love ballads and beautiful poetry come from? What about the fear of heights and spiders? It’s all in the brain! In this lesson, explore the wonders of emotions and the brain with your students.
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Students will use their research skills to learn about the diseases and disorders that affect the brain and nervous system.
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With just a roll of the dice your students will learn about how every day choices can affect their brain development.
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We all do it, but are we really as good at multitasking as we think? Can students learn something new without actively paying attention to it?
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Your students will see the finish line and taste the glory as they race the clock and each other in this interactive relay game.
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