“Since 2006, Brain Science has been exploring how recent discoveries in neuroscience are unraveling the mystery of how our brain makes us human.”
Virginia Campbell hosts a podcast that we often refer to in the Think Tanks, and many of us consider the most valuable source of information on the brain. Basically, she interviews neuroscientists on books they have just published, letting us get their most important findings in 60 minutes. It is a wonderful alternative for those of us too busy to read every brain book that comes out, but also an inspiration to read those books whose authors we find particularly interesting. We have learned about embodied cognition, predictive processing, plasticity, and so much more from her podcasts.
Good news. This month, she will be inducted into the Podcast Hall of Fame! Congratulations Virginia! You fully deserve it. But wait, there is more…
If you go to the Explore menu of her website, you will see an option, Brain Science for Educators.
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