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The Amazing Human Brain and Human Development
 

This is a free course for all interested.   Please note that we do not offer certificate of completion to participants.

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Amazing Brain -- Course Contents
 
Beginning with the Human Brain
Lesson 1
Assignment 1
Quiz 1
Brain Organization and Function
Lesson 2
Assignment 2
Quiz 2
The Brain's Building Blocks
Lesson 3
Assignment 3
Quiz 3
Communication and Defense
Lesson 4
Quiz 4
Plasticity, Memory, and Cortical Modulation in the Brain
Lesson 5
Assignment 5
Quiz 5
Resources
Lesson 6


Course Materials: Enhance your class experience with these author-selected resources. Optional.

 

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Magic Trees of the Mind: How to Nurture Your Child's Intelligence, Creativity, and Healthy Emotions from Birth through Adolescence Book
In Magic Trees of the Mind, pioneer brain researcher Dr. Marian Diamond and top science journalist Janet Hopson take us through the evolutionary journey of a child's brain, showing how our minds are stimulated in specific ways at every age.
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The Scientist in the Crib: Minds, Brains, and how Children Learn Book
This book combines two worlds -- children and science -- in an entirely unique way that yields exciting discoveries about both. The authors show that by the time children are three, they've solved problems that stumped Socrates with an agility computers still can't match. The Scientist in the Crib explains just how, and how much, babies and young children know and learn, and how much parents naturally teach them.
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Inside the Brain: Revolutionary Discoveries of how the Mind Works Book
This revised, updated edition of a remarkable, highly praised book takes an in-depth look at the latest scientific findings about this most fascinating human organ. Pulitzer Prize winning author Ronald Kotulak reveals new understandings about how nature builds the brain then develops it during early life. In easy-to-understand text he explains how scientists have changed their once-held belief that brains learn from a preset, unchangeable set of rules.
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