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

04-22-2016

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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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