Reflection: Student Ownership Brain Interactive - Section 3: Wrap-up

 

As students attempt to diagnose potential brain injuries and the potential impacts of that, they come to realize that this is not so cut and dry.  Because so many of the brain regions have overlapping tasks, it is hard to determine not only what might be impaired, but also if that impairment would lead to death.  This provides a great opportunity for discussion and/or debate as students use their notes to develop arguments.  This shows students the importance of taking good notes and develops critical thinking skills.  

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Brain Interactive

Unit 4: Information Processing
Lesson 3 of 11

Objective: SWBAT create a detailed model of the exterior and interior brain regions and apply this information to justify an argument on the most and least destructive areas to have a brain injury.

Big Idea: Students apply their new knowledge of the brain to determine the effects of different brain injuries.

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