For Educators

Funny photograph of a toy brain with toy glasses resting on an open book
Encourage your students to look for neuroscience outside of science class.
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While trigger warnings may seem helpful, research shows this may not be the case.
  • Inside Higher Ed
Encourage students to engage with STEM fields in a meaningful way in high school.
  • Connected Science Learning
Learn about the importance of introducing children to science at an early age.
  • Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC)
Learn more about the ever-changing brains of teenagers.
  • Edutopia
What if exam grades could be boosted just with a confidence exercise before the exam?
  • Science News
What if schools completely did away with standardized testing?
  • Education Week
Schools can use neuroscience research to optimize their environments to match the best ways for students to learn.
  • Edutopia
Use electric fish as a way to help students understand genetics and the development of new characteristics in different species. .
  • BioInteractive
Learn about the benefits of water play for young children.
  • NPR
Many techniques used by elementary school teachers can be applicable to middle and high school teachers as well.
  • Edutopia
It’s time to head back to school! Discover resources to make neuroscience fun and engaging.
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Check out these great videos from the 2019 Brain Awareness Video Contest and vote for your favorite!
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3D Brain

An interactive brain map that you can rotate in a three-dimensional space.