Students often find neuroanatomy a daunting exercise of rote memorization in a dead language. This workshop is designed to enliven the teaching neuroanatomy. We recast the topic by extending it to the cellular and sub-cellular levels as well as animating it by learning to build a brain. We will rejuvenate pedagogical practices delivered both online and in person.
- Participants will learn means of making neuroanatomy a more approachable topic.
- Participants’ perspectives on neuroanatomy will be broadened.
- Participants will know ways to make studying neuroanatomy an exciting area of focus.
After watching this webinar, head to the "Follow-up Discussion" tab on this page for a Q&A with the speakers. More resources can be found on the Neuronline Community.
Join us for an interactive follow-up discussion and Q&A with the speakers from Teaching Neuroscience: Reviving Neuroanatomy. This webinar originally took place April 13, 2022. If you missed it, head to the Overview tab to watch the full webinar.
Want to learn more or discuss this topic? More resources can be found on the Neuronline Community
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