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

Why are birds used to study language? Where is language located in the brain? Help your students answer these questions and more with this classroom presentation.
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Learn about memory while you test your own in this fun educational game from BrainFacts.org.
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Getting rid of unneeded synapses is a key part of brain development.
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Break out your leg warmers and headbands — aerobic exercise can improve learning and memory and may boost academic achievement.
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Teach your students about the four lobes of the brain with this fun coloring activity.
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Imaging technology lets us take a look inside our heads — and produces some amazing pictures
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Help your students create videos about the brain and nervous system.
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How much do you know about how your senses work?
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Let your students test their brain vocabulary in a game of Neuro Bingo.
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Students will research a landmark neuroscience discovery and learn how it has advanced our understanding of the brain and created promise for treating neurological disorders.
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Put your students neuroscience knowledge to the test with this fast and fun class competition.
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From building a spinal cord to discerning the flavor of a jelly bean, the five activities and crafts presented here will help your students understand how the human nervous system works.
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