How the Brain Visually Perceives the World by: Rogene M. Eichler West

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These classic activities explore how our eyes and brain receive and process visual information. Each activity requires approximately five minutes. For a richer experience with these activities, consult a neuroanatomy guide with labeled images of the named visual and brain regions, and see if you can determine the pathways along which visual information is being processed. This free selection includes the Table of Contents and Index.

Grades
  • Elementary
  • Middle
Publication Date
11/1/2010

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  • on Mon Jun 06, 2011 10:07 AM

That could be used as you are teaching human body systesm or as an applicaiton of concepts in a light unit. I like the easy materials. Students also will enjoy learning about how their eyes work and how optical illusions work.

Susan German  (Hallsville, MO)
Susan German (Hallsville, MO)


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