BrainWise: Neuroscience for NonscientistsPosted On: August 4, 2021
Medical books and journals once were the only place to find images of the brain. As science and technology have advanced, photos capturing the brain‘s complexities are now available to nonscientists through newspapers, magazines, the Internet and books like Seymour Simon’s The Brain.
The second image shows the lines the student drew on the brain worksheet in the Grades 6-12 curriculum.
Sources for Brain Images
Neuroaesthetics and BrainWise Artists
Another art project uses the 10 Wise Ways cards that come with the curriculum. Instructors have students draw their own set of cards on index cards or other heavy paper. The cards are used for a wide range of activities, from playing games to conversation starters. For example, teachers, counsellors, mentors, and parents will ask a child to choose a card (or cards) and talk about what is going on and why that card is meaningful.