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Wake Forest University Neurosciences

This collection of video lessons from the graduate students at Wake Forest University explore topics in neuroscience for elementary, middle, and high school students.

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Anatomy of the Ear
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University.  This video includes an accompanying worksheet and helps students understand the anatomy and function of the ear.

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Health Science Education
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Author:
Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/12/2020
How does your Brain's Motor Cortex work?
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Video provided by Neuroscience students at Wake Forest University.  This video is for elementary students explaining how the brain's motor cortex works.

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Health
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Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/11/2020
How does your brain's motor cortex work?
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University.  This video is designed for middle school students and describes how the brain's motor cortex works with other organs to control movement in the body.

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Science
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Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/12/2020
Parts of a Neuron
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University. This video is designed for elementary students to introduce the parts of a neuron.

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Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/15/2020
Parts of the Ear
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University. This video is designed for middle school about the parts of the ear.

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Health Science Education
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Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/12/2020
Parts of the eye
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University. This video is intended for middle school students and shares the parts of the eye and how it works.

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Health Science Education
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Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/12/2020
Parts of the eye with worksheet
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University. This video focuses on the parts of the eye and is designed for elementary students.  There is an accompanying worksheet that can be completed by students as they view.

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Information and Technology
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Presentation
Author:
Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/13/2020
Smell & Taste
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University.  This video is designed for elementary students. It describes the relationship between smell and taste.

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Science
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Author:
Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/15/2020
Somatosensory
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University.  This video is designed for high school students. It describes the concept of somatosensory reactions in the body and how they impact how we experience pain and impact our balance.

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Science
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Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/15/2020
The Tongue
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University.  This video is designed for middle or high school students. It describes the tongue.

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Science
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Author:
Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/16/2020
Traumatic Brain Injury
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University.  These videos are designed for middle and high school. It describes Traumatic Brain Injury basic information as well as categorization of injuries.

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Health
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Presentation
Author:
Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/15/2020
Vision
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University.  This video is designed for middle school students. It describes how vision works.

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Health Science Education
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Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/16/2020
What is depression?
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University. This video is designed for high school students to better understand depression.

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Health Science Education
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Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/12/2020
What is neurosurgery?
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This video resource was developed by Neuroscience students of Wake Forest University. This video is designed for high school students and does contain some graphic images that might not be appropriate for younger students.

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Information and Technology
Material Type:
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Author:
Amy Stanley
Date Added:
06/15/2020