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Minds-On Brains: A Hybrid Course

April 4, 2015

Robert Payo robert.payo@dmns.org

Slide2

A good place to start:

Meet Leo

Leo

Slide3

Share a time you were surprised, inspired or intrigued by how the brain works

Share a time when you helped a student (or students) with a breakthrough by honing in on how their brain(s) worked

Each of you: Boil down what you talked about into a sentence

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BRAIN Development

& Evolution

Strategies for

LEARNING

BRAIN

research

Further study, reflection

application

ONLINE COURSE

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New York

San Francisco

Denver

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Module 3: Evolution

Module 2:

Senses

Module 1: Brain Parts

ONLINE COURSE

Weeks 1 & 2

Weeks 3 & 4

Weeks 5 & 6

Slide7

Strategies for LEARNING

BRAIN

Build your background knowledge

Build awareness of your own brain—i.e. become a

BrainHead

Reinforce what you already know about effective teaching

Become more intentional about teaching with the brain in mind, expanding your perspectives on all of this

Improve student learning

BRAIN Development

& Evolution

Slide8

Make a 3-tab foldable

Page 1

Page 2

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Page 1

Page 2

Take a moment and write 2 course goals for yourself

in the first tab of your foldable. Label the tab “Course Goals”

Course Goals

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For Today

Seeing inside the brain: Imaging, Structure

4 Ways

to support the brain in learning—Structure, Function, Learning

Firing the Network

Attention

Reward

Emotion

Online Course

Special Guests….

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Slide12

Seeing inside the brain

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Neurodome

—dun dun

duuunnh

!

Tuesday, April 28th, 7pm at DMNS

(Register on dmns.org, promo code:

Brain20

)

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Seeing inside the brain

Guiding question:

How can we tell when a brain is becoming more efficient?

5

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Seeing inside the brain: Structurally

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Cerebrum

Cerebellum

Brain stem

CAT Scan

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Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI)

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RED

:

Horizontal (X

)BLUE: Foot-Head (Z)GREEN: Back-Front (Y)

Z

X

Y

http://video.mit.edu/watch/diffusion-tensor-imaging-14250

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White matter

: Transmits information

Grey matter:

Processes information

Corpus

callosum

Hippocampus

Decussation

of the Superior

Cerebellar

Peduncle

http://www.neuroanatomy.ca

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White matter: Transmits informationGrey matter: Processes information

http://www.brainmuseum.org

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White matter

: Transmits informationGrey matter:

Processes information

Axon

Cell body

Myelin

:White Matter

: Grey Matter

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Staining neurons

"

Smi32neuron" by UC Regents Davis campus - http://brainmaps.org. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Smi32neuron.jpg#/media/File:Smi32neuron.jpg

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Brainbow

:

Gene expression under fluorescent light

http://www.livescience.com

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Connectome

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Source: Corel, JL. The postnatal development of the human cerebral cortex. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press; 1975

Neuron Growth and Connection over time

?

?

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Seeing inside the brain

Guiding question:

How can we tell when a brain is becoming more efficient?

5

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PET Scan

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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging: fMRI

Measures

patterns of brain activity

AMNH

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Carl-Johan Olsson

Peter Lundström

(2013)

Motor Skill and Practice: Hockey Players

Slide32

Cultural Differences and the BrainFramed-line task: East Asians vs

Americans

Shinobu

Kitayama (2003)Trey

Heyden (2008)

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Test 1

Test 2

2

nd

box: Draw a line of the same length as in the first box

2

nd

box: Draw a line in proportion to the line

in the first box

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http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2008/psychology-0111

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http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2008/psychology-0111

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http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2008/psychology-0111

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fMRI

: Language and the Brain

AMNH

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Seeing inside the brain

Guiding question:

How can we tell when a brain is becoming more efficient?

Jot down your thoughts in the 2

nd tab of your foldable

Brain efficiency

Course goals

What did you already know?

What changed about what you know?

What questions do you have?

5

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