AP Psychology Brain Dissection

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 Senior Hannah Kesler during the AP Psychology brain dissection on Oct. 11.

Senior Hannah Kesler during the AP Psychology brain dissection on Oct. 11.

Senior Hannah Kesler during the AP Psychology brain dissection on Oct. 11.


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Psychology teacher Kristin Barrier was excited for the sheep brain dissections in her AP Psychology class on Oct 9.
“It’s important to show them how your brain evolves and grows,” she said.
“It’s important to keep learning, because if you don’t learn anything you’ll lose more neurons,” Barrier said.
Students learned that the important parts of the brain are the forebrain, hindbrain, and the midbrain. The dissection helped students learn the difference through visuals.
“It’s important for students to be able to hold, feel, and dissect the difference between all of the different parts of the brain,” she said.
In the future Barrier hoped that students will tell others how important knowing the human brain is.

by Aurora Cowan

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