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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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This common teaching technique may be based on bad science. Watch the playback of this webinar on learning styles.
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Teens are wired to learn — but this same wiring makes them vulnerable to addiction. Learn more in this video featuring neuroscientist Frances Jensen.
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Learn more about the role hormones play in teenage brain development in this BrainFacts.org Roundup.
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At the Congressional Neuroscience Caucus briefing on the developing brain, leaders in the neuroscience field explored the fundamental differences between the growing and fully developed brain.
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Hormones help to physically shape the brain during adolescence and beyond.
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The cocktail of hormones produced during adolescence contributes to some of the dramatic brain changes underway.
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Bullying is more than a painful experience — it can have lasting repercussions on the developing brains of young people.
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Learn about the developing brain and how your brain changes throughout your lifetime with this comprehensive website.
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An estimated 8 to 10 percent of children in the U.S. have some form of learning disability involving difficulties in the acquisition and use of listening, speaking, reading, writing, reasoning, or mathematical abilities. These problems often occur in people with normal or even high intelligence.
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In this lesson by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, students learn how alcohol affects different parts of the brain, which in turn affects behavior.
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This web-resource by the University of Utah considers the effects of genetics, environment, and behavior in an attempt to unravel the complexities of the addicted brain.
  • University of Utah