Story from science teacher Beverly J. McNeill

Our school has enrichment classes which are designed to allow students to study an area in which they are interested or to investigate something totally new. Student and parent input affect the direction of classes, and a parent who is a neurobiologist is working with me to develop a class using up-to-date information on brain research. Students will learn how the brain works and actually do research. This idea grew out of a discussion prior to our science fair, at which the parent was a judge.

from Beverly J. McNeill on Friday, August 20, 2010

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