Some quotes from letters from some of these students:
It was really fun listening to you talk about the brain. I liked
looking at your preseved brain exhibits.
I really liked those flash cards and thought the brain match cool too.
But what I liked the most was definintely the strip of paper where we find
our blind spot.
I had fun learning about brains. My favorite part was guessing the
brain with the animal and making helmets for the eggs.
Thank you for the blind spot testers.
I learned: where my blind spot is, the sizes of different brains, that
there is a liquid in my skull to keep my brain from damaging easily; and
what different neurons look like.
I learn how small neurons are and I found my blind spot.
My favorite station was the senses station. I never knew the metal of
pennies changed in 1983.The thing I am most interested in and would like
to learn more about is the growth of the brain and how it takes on new
information and where the different information goes.
Some things I learned that I thought were interesting were that
neurons actually didn't touch, but to "talk" to each other they pass a
chemical, which creates an electric current. That was very interesting.