Our Neuroscience Concepts and Activities pages can aid you in your curriculum planning. They are organized by grade level:
The scaffolding of these concepts does not follow any particular published set of standards. They come from Dr. Janet Dubinsky's experience in the BrainU, Brain Awareness Week, and Brain Bee programs. Some text was taken from the Neuroscience Core Concepts, Society for Neuroscience www.brainfacts.org/About-Neuroscience/Core-Concepts.
Click on Suited For to group lessons together by type; click on Title to sort lessons by name. The little arrow to the right of the column name indicates how the data is sorted.
|Title||Grade||Lesson Length||Suited for||Lesson Categories|
|Blind Spot||K-12||1 class||Experiential Station|
|Cool Tool||K-12||1 class||Experiential Station||Senses|
|Do The Stroop||5-12||1 class||Experiential Station|
|Get the Point(s)||5-12||1 class||Experiential Station||Senses|
|Heads or Tails||4-12||1 class||Experiential Station||Senses|
|Memory Box||K-12||1 class||Experiential Station||Memory|
|Tell Me About It||9-12||1 class||Experiential Station|
|This Is Cool||9-12||1 class||Experiential Station||Senses|
|Try Angle||9-12||1 class||Experiential Station||Motor Learning|