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The wonders of your brain - A special report | UTSanDiego.com

The wonders of your brain - A special report | UTSanDiego.com

HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL: Keep your students active and engaged! Get them moving for better learning.

HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL: Keep your students active and engaged! Get them moving for better learning.

Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder  Learn about the differences between these two easily confused disorders.

Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder

Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder Learn about the differences between these two easily confused disorders.

A TED-Ed Animation Describing the Hippocampus Region of the Brain and Why We Need It

A TED-Ed Animation Describing the Hippocampus Region of the Brain and Why We Need It

In the latest TED-Ed animation, “The Hippocampus and Memory,” educator Sam Kean and animator Anton Bogaty explore the function of the hippocampus, the region of the brain named after its resemblanc…

The Boost Your #Training with the #Neuroscience Infographic from UK-based firm CDSM shows how knowing about the brain helps #LD people develop training

Boost Your Training with the Neuroscience: An Infographic

The Boost Your #Training with the #Neuroscience Infographic from UK-based firm CDSM shows how knowing about the brain helps #LD people develop training

Synapse in Brain    Deep inside the brain, a neuron prepares to transmit a signal to its target. To capture that expectant, fleeting moment with painstaking detail, science illustrator Graham Johnson based his elegant, highly accurate drawing on ultra-thin micrographs of sequential brain slices. The brain contains billions of neurons, whose network of chemical messages form the basis of all thought, movement and behavior. Johnson's illustration tells the story of one such millisecond signal.

Synapse in Brain Deep inside the brain, a neuron prepares to transmit a signal to its target. To capture that expectant, fleeting moment with painstaking detail, science illustrator Graham Johnson based his elegant, highly accurate drawing on ultra-thin micrographs of sequential brain slices. The brain contains billions of neurons, whose network of chemical messages form the basis of all thought, movement and behavior. Johnson's illustration tells the story of one such millisecond signal.

How To Apply The Brain Science Of Resilience To The Classroom - teaching neuroplasticity, mindfulness and dealing with ACEs

How To Apply The Brain Science Of Resilience To The Classroom

How To Apply The Brain Science Of Resilience To The Classroom - teaching neuroplasticity, mindfulness and dealing with ACEs

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