A hands-on, problem-solving toolkit to teach neuroscience and mental health concepts using mobile computing devices




Dr. Selcen Guzey (left) has been working with Purdue Biology graduate student Richard Lie (right) on evaluating the effectiveness of iNeuron (NIH #R44MH096674) a participatory educational toolkit and curriculum to teach neuroscience and mental health concepts. iNeuron models neuronal, synaptic, and circuit functions, and will provide an engaging, hands-on, problem-solving learning environment using mobile computing devices that are growing more common in classrooms.

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