Event Title

Neuroscience and the Future

Location

Multicultural Center, Computer Classroom (Rm. 005)

Start Date

30-9-2014 2:00 PM

End Date

30-9-2014 3:15 PM

Description

Dr. Alycia Mosley Austin, Executive Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program, and Director, Graduate School Recruitment. Multicultural competence and the science curriculum may seem an uneasy fit to some. This workshop will use neuroscience as a model discipline for incorporating inclusive teaching into the science classroom. Drawing from the literature relating to brain development, attention, and cognition, discussion will focus on understanding the brain as the basis for teaching and learning about the brain. Participants are invited to reflect on how these strategies can be used across scientific disciplines.

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Sep 30th, 2:00 PM Sep 30th, 3:15 PM

Neuroscience and the Future

Multicultural Center, Computer Classroom (Rm. 005)

Dr. Alycia Mosley Austin, Executive Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program, and Director, Graduate School Recruitment. Multicultural competence and the science curriculum may seem an uneasy fit to some. This workshop will use neuroscience as a model discipline for incorporating inclusive teaching into the science classroom. Drawing from the literature relating to brain development, attention, and cognition, discussion will focus on understanding the brain as the basis for teaching and learning about the brain. Participants are invited to reflect on how these strategies can be used across scientific disciplines.