eCampus News shares what experts are saying on Twitter to help raise awareness for Brain Awareness Week
Every March, Brain Awareness Week is celebrated to help bring greater world attention to the advancements of brain research.
eCampus News has covered Brain Awareness Week extensively, and we would like to highlight other tips shared by educators on Twitter.
So once you have followed @eCampusNews, check out some of these essential ed-tech influencers to stay up-to-date with the latest about Brain Awareness Week:
Arrowsmith, a cognitive program for students with learning, recommends three books to read for Brain Awareness Week.
Did you know that it's brain awareness week? Here are three brainy books you should check out:
1. The Woman Who… http://t.co/wIUPUdbPxP
— Arrowsmith Program (@ArrowsmithProg) March 14, 2014
This Wisconsin-based brain coach and counselor writes at www.ourbrainbuddies.com and posted on Twitter fun brain teasers to improve learning and memory.
Celebrate Brain Awareness Week with these Brain Teasers and great information on http://t.co/ssZm1VEhG0. Love your amazing brain!!
— Sandra Stanton (@ourbrainbuddies) March 14, 2014
(Next page: More tweets, tips, and videos about Brain Awareness Week.)