11 May Research in Neuroscience Slideshow
Create an engaging 10-12 slide digital presentation (e.g. Prezi, Google Slides, PearDeck, or another engaging presentation tool) that explains information processing as a professional development training for your colleagues or others in your field of study.
Include the following in your presentation:
How the brain generally organizes and reorganizes information.
At least 3-4 of the latest findings in research regarding neuroscience and brain development (how the brain is wired, how synapses form and change, brain malleability, emotional responses in the brain, individuals’ unique brain anatomies, etc.). Provide descriptions of each supported by scholarly references.
The connection between learning and brain development, including an analysis of how this affects your current or future professional setting.
Minimum of 2-3 strategies to apply the latest research in neuroscience and brain development to your current or future professional setting.
A title slide, presenter’s notes, and a reference slide
The digital presentation should include graphics that are relevant to the content, visually appealing, and use space appropriately.