NeurOn Salutes Brain Awareness Week
March 18, 1998 broadcastClasses are invited to "participate" after the fact using the online archives
in live collaborative experiments!
Classroom joined us on the Learning Technologies Channel as we engaged in live projects led by Eric Chudler, who brings you Neurosciences for Kids, direct from the classroom of Kristi Gustafson from North City Elementary School. Hosted by NASA Quest's NeurOn (Neurolab Online) You too may join us using the archive of this event.
Things to do before you participate:
All set? Then join us in: RealVideo | RealAudio | Chat archive
Schedule of events:
Greeting and prologue by Dr. Chudler from the University of Washington
Experiment 1: Join Kristi's class as they perform an experiment under the tutelage of Eric regarding memory.
Analysis of results: Classrooms calculated their own students' performance and graphed. Eric posed questions for discussion online/
Experiment 2: Again, join Kristi's class as they engage in short activities demonstrating the blind spot and sound localization led by Eric.
Live interaction: Chat room was used to discuss the events and ask questions.
Each student should have:
Watching the "Show"
The live broadcast and pre-recorded sections have been archived for you to view, making this project possible at any time you chose. To be able to view the video signal you will need to Download the RealPlayer. (The application program that allows you to hear or watch the events.)
If you are unsure of which technologies your connectivity and desktop platform will support, you may want to review the Technical Overview for the Learning Technologies Channel. You may also want to test the technologies before the event.