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Easy Neuroscience 101: Frontal Lobes
In this one-time neuroscience course, students will learn about the location, function, and fun facts about the frontal lobe of the brain.
Teacher Mary (BSc., TESOL)
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Completed by 1 learner
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Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Welcome to All About Frontal Lobes! This class is all about the frontal lobes, but it's structured in a very simple and interactive way that won't feel complicated at all. If you're interested in learning about the brain, but are nervous about its complexity--look no further! This is a one-time discussion-based class where we will get together and talk about the frontal lobes of the brain, as well as what they do, and how damage to them affects a person. I use google slides to show students...
This class will reinforce/help: *locating the frontal lobe *learning function of the frontal lobe *understanding how the areas of the brain affect different abilities of the body.
No homework is given.
Paper (or notebook) Pencil or Pen!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Trivia may be done at the end of class to see how students have absorbed the information.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We do talk briefly about frontal lobe damage in this class. I show an image on one slide of an example. It is a non-graphic image of a skull with damage to it, but if students are easily spooked or don't like seeing skulls (or diagrams of the brain) this may not be a good class for them.
Images are occasionally used to communicate topics. Sources: Getty Images, Queensland health, EZmed learning, Psychology Today
Teacher Mary (BSc., TESOL)
Writing, Science, and Language
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1 total review
9 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mary Ukpong and I am an aspiring neuroscientist, polyglot, and author! I have years of prior teaching experience with young children, and am excited to teach the new generation all about Neuroscience and Language in a fun and...