Learning and Memory
- Published19 Mar 2013
- Reviewed19 Mar 2013
- Source University of New England Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences
Educator resources are meant to give access to information and teaching tools about the nervous system and related health issues. Resources target primary and secondary school levels.
Although you may assume that what you see is what your eyes see and send to the brain, our brain cells actually have to work together to sort and prioritize information. Learn how our brain interprets and remembers the sensory information it receives with this lesson plan. Three hands-on activities show students the Stroop effect, the blind spot, and the role of repetition in memory.
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University of New England Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences