This is the first in a series of interviews with researchers in Educational Neuroscience, to showcase current work that aims to bridge the gap between science and the classroom.

Hi Annie! I’m a former primary school teacher, and am currently a PhD student examining the relationship between visual perceptual processing and maths and science at primary school. I am interested in whether a preference for focusing on details (local processing) or the whole of the stimulus (global processing) has an association with science and maths ability. As a teacher, I was always struck by the range of abilities that exist in a single class, and this led me to complete a Masters in Educational Neuroscience as I was keen to learn more about how these individual differences develop. I wanted to continue researching, so I decided to take the next step and apply to do a PhD.

I have recently finished my first data collection, so I will now be analysing the data to address three key research questions:

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This is the first in a series of interviews with researchers in Educational Neuroscience, to showcase current work that aims to bridge the gap between science and the classroom.

Hi Annie! I’m a former primary school teacher, and am currently a PhD student examining the relationship between visual perceptual processing and maths and science at primary school. I am interested in whether a preference for focusing on details (local processing) or the whole of the stimulus (global processing) has an association with science and maths ability. As a teacher, I was always struck by the range of abilities that exist in a single class, and this led me to complete a Masters in Educational Neuroscience as I was keen to learn more about how these individual differences develop. I wanted to continue researching, so I decided to take the next step and apply to do a PhD.

I have recently finished my first data collection, so I will now be analysing the data to address three key research questions:

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Observe the effects gravity has on objects, planets and stars. Gravity keeps the planets in their orbits around the sun. Gravity "glues" us to the surface or the earth. Gravity confines the atmosphere to a layer around the earth.

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This is the first in a series of interviews with researchers in Educational Neuroscience, to showcase current work that aims to bridge the gap between science and the classroom.

Hi Annie! I’m a former primary school teacher, and am currently a PhD student examining the relationship between visual perceptual processing and maths and science at primary school. I am interested in whether a preference for focusing on details (local processing) or the whole of the stimulus (global processing) has an association with science and maths ability. As a teacher, I was always struck by the range of abilities that exist in a single class, and this led me to complete a Masters in Educational Neuroscience as I was keen to learn more about how these individual differences develop. I wanted to continue researching, so I decided to take the next step and apply to do a PhD.

I have recently finished my first data collection, so I will now be analysing the data to address three key research questions:

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Observe the effects gravity has on objects, planets and stars. Gravity keeps the planets in their orbits around the sun. Gravity "glues" us to the surface or the earth. Gravity confines the atmosphere to a layer around the earth.

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  • Mathematics
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  • Electricity
  • Dynamics
  • Gravity
  • Gears in action
  • Materials Science
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  • Thermodynamics
  • Candle making
  • Wildlife Photos
  • Tennis Biomechanics
  • Engine
  • Stereoscopy
  • Pneumatics
  • Physical Science

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This week’s Puzzle Corner activity is a modification of a puzzle that has been around for many years. All the versions of the puzzle I have seen use two identical arcs that are placed one above the other. While the two arcs have the same length, the one on top seems shorter. This illusion persists… Continue Reading

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Dan Meyer knows that textbook-driven teaching hasn't served his students well. That's why they wind up taking remedial algebra with him in ninth grade. "They either need more time on content, or they've really been burned by traditional math instruction," says the teacher from San Lorenzo Valley High School, near Santa Cruz, California.

For Meyer, now in his fifth year of teaching, a lightbulb moment happened three years ago when he acquired a projector for his classroom. "That gave me a way to put up a full-screen image really fast," he explains. "I could toss up visuals cheaply and quickly." Meyer, who has a personal interest in graphic design and filmmaking, started looking for high-interest visuals that would promote classroom conversation about related math concepts.

"It was like a dam broke. Before that, I didn't think about finding visuals for the classroom," he says. "Now, I'm walking around daily, thinking about it. I walk around with a digital camera on my phone. As I become more acquainted with my subject matter and more enthusiastic about it, I see examples of it everywhere. And the examples are 100 percent of the time better than what my textbook would have me use to introduce a topic."

This is the first in a series of interviews with researchers in Educational Neuroscience, to showcase current work that aims to bridge the gap between science and the classroom.

Hi Annie! I’m a former primary school teacher, and am currently a PhD student examining the relationship between visual perceptual processing and maths and science at primary school. I am interested in whether a preference for focusing on details (local processing) or the whole of the stimulus (global processing) has an association with science and maths ability. As a teacher, I was always struck by the range of abilities that exist in a single class, and this led me to complete a Masters in Educational Neuroscience as I was keen to learn more about how these individual differences develop. I wanted to continue researching, so I decided to take the next step and apply to do a PhD.

I have recently finished my first data collection, so I will now be analysing the data to address three key research questions:

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This is the first in a series of interviews with researchers in Educational Neuroscience, to showcase current work that aims to bridge the gap between science and the classroom.

Hi Annie! I’m a former primary school teacher, and am currently a PhD student examining the relationship between visual perceptual processing and maths and science at primary school. I am interested in whether a preference for focusing on details (local processing) or the whole of the stimulus (global processing) has an association with science and maths ability. As a teacher, I was always struck by the range of abilities that exist in a single class, and this led me to complete a Masters in Educational Neuroscience as I was keen to learn more about how these individual differences develop. I wanted to continue researching, so I decided to take the next step and apply to do a PhD.

I have recently finished my first data collection, so I will now be analysing the data to address three key research questions:

This is the first in a series of interviews with researchers in Educational Neuroscience, to showcase current work that aims to bridge the gap between science and the classroom.

Hi Annie! I’m a former primary school teacher, and am currently a PhD student examining the relationship between visual perceptual processing and maths and science at primary school. I am interested in whether a preference for focusing on details (local processing) or the whole of the stimulus (global processing) has an association with science and maths ability. As a teacher, I was always struck by the range of abilities that exist in a single class, and this led me to complete a Masters in Educational Neuroscience as I was keen to learn more about how these individual differences develop. I wanted to continue researching, so I decided to take the next step and apply to do a PhD.

I have recently finished my first data collection, so I will now be analysing the data to address three key research questions:

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Observe the effects gravity has on objects, planets and stars. Gravity keeps the planets in their orbits around the sun. Gravity "glues" us to the surface or the earth. Gravity confines the atmosphere to a layer around the earth.

Gravity

  • Home
  • Mathematics
  • Waves/Vibrations
  • Electricity
  • Dynamics
  • Gravity
  • Gears in action
  • Materials Science
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Thermodynamics
  • Candle making
  • Wildlife Photos
  • Tennis Biomechanics
  • Engine
  • Stereoscopy
  • Pneumatics
  • Physical Science

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This week’s Puzzle Corner activity is a modification of a puzzle that has been around for many years. All the versions of the puzzle I have seen use two identical arcs that are placed one above the other. While the two arcs have the same length, the one on top seems shorter. This illusion persists… Continue Reading

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