Brain Science Podcast discussion

36 views
2011 > 2011

Comments (showing 1-8 of 8) (8 new)    post a comment »
dateDown arrow    newest »

message 1: by Ginger (new)

Ginger Campbell (GingerCampbell) | 312 comments Mod
This is where discussion of books and episodes for 2011 will be posted.


message 2: by Bill (new)

Bill Graf | 16 comments Hi Ginger!
Did you see the video on Michael Gazzaniga on the New York Times?

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/01/sci...


message 3: by Ginger (new)

Ginger Campbell (GingerCampbell) | 312 comments Mod
Bill wrote: "Hi Ginger!
Did you see the video on Michael Gazzaniga on the New York Times?

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/01/sci..."


Yes, and I am looking forward to reading his new book when it comes out next week.


message 4: by Bill (new)

Bill Graf | 16 comments Hi Ginger --
Have you thought about having Prof. Robert Sapolsky of Stanford as a guest? I listened to his Teaching Company course and it was great.


message 5: by Christian (new)

Christian Gallego (christiantzm) | 11 comments Bill wrote: "Hi Ginger --
Have you thought about having Prof. Robert Sapolsky of Stanford as a guest? I listened to his Teaching Company course and it was great."


Yes! Sapolsky would be wonderful. He is one of my favorite scientists. Very likeable and makes the content he is teaching interesting and delightful.

I definitely second that.


message 6: by Ginger (new)

Ginger Campbell (GingerCampbell) | 312 comments Mod
I agree that Robert Sapolsky would be a great guest. I am hoping he will publish a new book soon.


message 7: by Jack (new)

Jack | 1 comments Dr. Campbell, thank you for creating these podcasts. I find the ones about memory and working memory especially helpful to me in the classroom. I really enjoyed the interview with Dr. Scott Littenfeld and the neuropsychologists in the podcast about the brain and magic. Can you provided more podcasts about cognitive memory, and ways to help children in the classroom? Thank you:)


message 8: by Ginger (new)

Ginger Campbell (GingerCampbell) | 312 comments Mod
Jack wrote: "Dr. Campbell, thank you for creating these podcasts. I find the ones about memory and working memory especially helpful to me in the classroom. I really enjoyed the interview with Dr. Scott Litte..."

Thanks for the feedback. Here is a Web site you might find helpful:

http://www.clerestorylearning.com/

It is run by someone who is very committed to applying the latest findings of neuroscience to education.


back to top