Oct 18, 2010 by Pam Combs

National Circle of Learning 2010 Kids love to learn about their brains and there are many books and websites with information, games, experiments, and other resources to help students better understand their brains, and ultimately their learning processes.   One comprehensive resource is Neuroscience for Kids. This website offers topics as diverse as neurotransmitters, sensory systems, the musical brain, and laughter.  Dig into experiments, activities, and games for students of every age.  Consider using Neuroscience for Kids’30-minute TV showwith your students.  Get your students engaged in their brains!

Dr. Eric Chudler, a neuroscientist at the University of Washington, created and maintains the site with a team of scientific researchers.  Post your burning brain questions on their site.  Sign up for their newsletter and keep up to date on the latest in neuroscience research.  Don’t miss out on helping your students expand their minds and understand their brains.

We are thrilled to have Dr. Chudler as our keynote speaker at Scientific Learning’s National Circle of Learning’s professional development conference November 4th and 5th in Las Vegas.  For more information and to register for the conference, please go to: http://www.iplanevents.com/circleoflearning2010